Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 18, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ST RKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNI:. ': 1$. 1920. NUMBER FIFTY-UNE: f


ELECTRIC STORM SUNDAY --
I, LANE-RICHARDSON UI.DDINK 4:
Most Intense of Any Ever Visiting STARKE WILL CELEBRATE JULY THE FOURTH .
This Section A pretty and Intef.tinlC't'nt of .'

-- today was the nuariiuge of Miss Antoinette /'
Sunday was a suffocatingly hot day, SCHOOL HOARD PROCEEDINGS I ,.-- < Richardson of this city, to
{ but about sundown clouds gathered : The great success of the Fourth of July Celebration held In: !\IEJl1III: : -'' COMMISSIOMIKS: : : : :Mr."Trunk i Bruce Lane of Live Oak. :,

{rapidly and a downpour soon began. Board met in regular session June I Starke last year is still remembered by the thousands who were The wedding took place at one o'clock! :
|The cloud system wag not compact, '' 7th with" Messrs. L. C, Powell T. B. here on that day. This year the Fourth :falling: on Sunday the I :Monday commissioners, June th, the railed board of to | at the residence of the bride's pnr- '
county
but consisted of was I t'ntK.11': and Mr. W. G. Richardson,
|(clouds between which innumerable lightning detach.play. I'|I, Pinholster Minu\e' and P. M. Padgett present. I following day, or July 5th is the National Holiday. i older by C. A. Roheits, chairman j land was witnessed by relatives and a I'
of last meeting read and with all members .
ed present to-wit: J few- intimate fiionds. :..tI
| so incessantly that the Indi'idualflashes Committees have been appointed for carrying out of the plans I
approved as read. I II :M 1. Browtilee O. V, Reddish
Hiooks. Drew I
[ I The of the .
rooms Richardson .
could riot be told The I spacious :.:;
[wind coming down from between apart the 'I The report from the trustee of II I for the celebration this year, practically everyone who servedon i , and James KoynoliU. I home were opened en suite, and
clouds assumed a rotating motion, I Vanderbilt school received and same the committees last year coming forward again to give their i :Minutes of last meeting real
which caused the telephone and light; was noted as related to the enlatce I I I services toward making another red letter day for Starke. : approved. i wore lavishly used throughout the j
wires to cross, and the telephone ment of the house and repairs to the : Upon motion and second the nnmc house. The stairway was entwined t
and electric light plant exchange present house. This year will be a genuine old-fashioned country picnic with I of W. M. HutUon 1)11111'1'lU onlorv I Southern bamboo and other '

4 soon put out of commission.' were The I I 1 I Upon motion an election was ordered everybody bringing the family's wash basket filled to the brim ed stricken from the pauper, roll gioonery. At the foot of the stairway ;:
reverberating jf to be held at Vanderbilt school with the many goodies for which our Bradford housewives are Petition signed l by Geo, ,\. Gardiner in i tho lecoptlon hall, u largo Frenchbanket / lrY
|' uncanny sound. The lightning:i, house for the purpose of selecting famous. and othei wai presented asking thut | \ of daisies attracted expivialutlonlion. ',/
1 probably struck! at many places, but ., trustees and levying millage for the the inline of1: I'll, Sarah Rigdoii be Uliiu: hydrangea added, a .
owing to the scattered clouds, the i I i'next two years. The program for the day will be arranged. on practically the )placed upon the pauper I'ulUpul1\ pretty t."ueh!> of color In the gift '( ,
strokes I|I Moved and seconded that the secretary order last motion and soomiil it uus onloroil! she room the ttiJding presents were on
were generally too gentle to same as year, with !speaking parades, fiddlers convention "
I be instructed to clear be paid $5 PIT month and placed onIIIUI'I' display and j
leave a certain comprised some handsome
any signs, though numerous races, dancing, sports of all kinds, with added attractionssecured I roll.
: title held by S. T. !
trees out in Howling to a cer- silver, rut glass, chine and 'miscellaneous
woods I
the '
The rainfall was heavy were but there split up. i''tain piece of property formerly held by the committees. A band will be on hand for the day, I The monthly allowance of John articles, attesting in part to thepopularity

no hail in the immediate vicinity was of I j by the board 'of education. and an orchestra will furnish music for dancing in the armory. Wright pauper, wus increased from !!, of tho young couple I< '.

Starke. But from Hampton westerly i|, Upon receipt of petition from the One added feature this year will be the auto parade. Ownersof I $2 to $5 per month. Tho wedding guests grouped in thin f

toward Graham hail fell in places to I',jiatrona of Brannen school the board cars can compete for the prizes offered for the best decoratedcar. Notary public bonds were present ront and buck thawing rooms for the ,
H,
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ordered an election by Kerce'and J, II. William.I service
such to determine nuptial tho I bride and ,
an extent as to ruin the groom
('I'OIS.We It has been ?
suggested that the various civic
have heard of casualties I whether the said territory should be organizations same approved. standing under! un arch formed of \
r[ from this storm, although no the lightning marie into a special tax district. of the county enter the parade with floats. I $15 was appropriated for the care clusters! of daisies, and bambim bas
: Returns from the several special of Jeff Padgett. for one month. kots of the chosen blossom l'
\ Rufus struck Geiger two dwellings.; That of tax districts elections held were canvassed Those desiring to enter any of the contests during the day are I A eduction of Jit!ae was granted, by o il Ht-ntincl on either aids standing .
about two miles east of I urged to acquaint the committee chairman the board the farm S, T. .
| Starke, had a chimney demolished and with the following results; proper immediately upon of Asparagus. fern, trailing vines and
sustained other damages; but none of Dist. 24, Johnstown an election for that no delay will occur in making up the program. I Douling in Sec. 3G and 30, Ti|>. 4, S. 1"11/1..1 plants un a screen of white, "itI
the enlarging of said territory defeated. It. 20 KBoard j formed a charming buckgiound for !
the -
[ Chandler's inmates dwelling were in injured.Thomasville Susy I The board then ordered an election This year the business men of our town will finance the under adjourned until the first I I I tho bridal party Pink lighted tapers \

'. suburb was truck. It is situated near to be called for the purpose of taking. Not one was displeased with the results of the day last Monday in July, 11 II. added, to the effectiveness of the (ova!. J

[ a colored church, and a number of' selecting trustees and levying of mil- year and to a great extent the success of the day depends upon -- --- - - --- I ty) scone. J

good brothers and sisters, on their sage for the next two years. the financing. The finance committee will be out probably today 1'lSI"rL'CIIIIST: As the guests assembled Mrs. J. C. .r
I Dist. 15-Trustees, N. D. Green Adkins, at the piano "Hitr-
played
h way to the church, were overtaken by and them ;"-
give check with smile. As merchants
the rain and rushed into the house Drew Reddish, J. M. Parmenterj; 3 your a our A short time sign' G. W. Snollgrove: ceuso< ," from Jocelyn, and, MrnM \Herbort '1J
mentioned for protection-fifteen in mills. have never been known to fail in an undertaking for the good of while Hawing laid at the Cooper & Curler rendered as a violin solo, ,

: all. Then lightning; struck the chim- Dist 4-Retuing laid over until next I our town, this committee expects to make short work of it. Snellgrove mill, pour' the depot, triedto "Swan" by John Adums !Hugo. '\

: ney, scattering the brick right and meeting for investigation. remove some obstructions that hiid I Miss Elise 1 nixhop sweetly sung, 1
left split the stove pipe went thru ,I Diet Trustees, S. W. Dubose, Chairmen of the different committees are : Finance-F. l". lodged between tlm saws, while they "At Dnwning" by Cad mall. The Pub 1
Jno. Dukes, R. 11. Reaves Stump J. II. Ritch Parades-DeWitt C. Jones Music and Dancing dui Chorus from
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the stove and knocked the feet from ; mills. ; were running. There are three small Ixilu-ngrin announcnd 1
1 under it. Hut no one was hurt. It I Dist. 23-Trustees, If. L. Fowler, -N. Sternberg ; Publicity-J. C. Robinson ; Concessions\ circular saws clam together on tho the approach' of the brliln, ,
might have been because the Lord J. E. Mames W. M. Johnson, 3 'mills.I L. Peek ; Decorations-Hoover Bros ; Sports-R. l\1cLane. same journal, and a false move I who entered with her father who gnva!:
loves a church-goer, or perhaps the I! Dist 12-G. W. Andrews, 0. W. brought the middle. linger on the left her in marriage She was pi-eredud, \
stifling atmosphere engendered from i Kelly W. M. Parker, 3 mills. I Full details and list of prizes will be published within the next I hand ugiiit l the 'snws/ and in u by her maid of lionor, Miss. Clydti line
I i I Dist 27-H. B. Brown. :Millard hog and wa under the
the heat and the steam from the wet two weeks. t twinkling it was severed t'loso to the met arch by
,Varnes J. L, Wynn 3 mills. the biidogroom, and his. best
company in a roam where windows I I ; I I, palm while the adjoining fingers wereI man, M r. t
and doors had to be cloned to keep | Dist 20-Trustees, II. It. I Uudly cut. l 1)1'. J. C, Wills was sent Moignn Darby, of Stu,'ke. Tim \improsMivo .'J
G. C. Douberly, John Crews WilliamS'j' POLITICAL CARDS et manifested in the campaign and' ring formel
: wax
out the rain, was too much' for the, ; j for and arrived\ few minutes Inter; ceremony pot -
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lightning and made !:: Dist 6-Trustees. W. L. j jI for my election. j be bandaged the woiind.-i and Mr. : by Rev, I. C. Jenkins, of the Mothodmt ,ti
it hllrmless. '
Chandler\ claims to have been Susy 'j; Biellmg, R. A. Y. Roberts; :3 mills. ,j I wish to nay to the good people I shall try at all\ tunes to make myself ( Snellgrove Is about to resume work lOpiiopul: church, South. I Ii
shocked but it rnomerrtartly I I|', Dist. IS-Trustees, G. W. Spires, LI i' who supported me and especially those i agreeable and available In everything ,UH well us bo exit with aria linger gone Thu brido wore u stylish l Eton suit I j
have been
from fright. may !I ij.I Nettles, J. O, Dennison; 3 mills, I) .'oho argot my election that I appreciate that is right and just to all con :Mr. .Snellgiove'n good !left mm has of dark blur tric-otlno I embroidered j, I
i I>i it. Trustees your kindness, and I wish cerned. The olllce of clerk of the in black ;
A building at Thcressa full of 2it- A. A. Douglass' you rlr- ,soon. several viciwmtudes.! Once it win and burgu ndy. Tho skill was
hampers and crate stuff the, p D. W. Williams, J. N. Douglass; 3 all well through life's uneven whys cuit court Is, I consider, a great trust |badly munglod when a heavily liHidnd" made tunic style, with a bright Romnn
contents mills. '1 Respectfully, and I hope to bn able to conduct thaffairs sash. Her hut :
of blur
e '
was taffeta
j ji it. Later \bio-
owned :, wagon run over it was
by D. W. Moore and valued at | \\1::
about $700, was burned the I i I District 30-Trustees, T. J. Dukt'II,1 i J. E. DOUGLASS. of same in such a manner as' ken| But ho tikes his Injuries pblloMophically I with rolling brim, oiiihroidi-ruil In '
storm. Mr. :Moore thought up during the fire P. P. Dekle H S. Long; 3 mills. will meet the approval of all reasonable ] and w thankful Hint it ,, Roman Minnies, and her flowers! WITH t

had been set by an and I I Dist. 3-Trustees, E. S, Matthews i Please allow me space In your paper people. > was no jnoro 'n,: corsngo. of white rosebuds and vnl-
incendiary, C. L. Peek, D. E. Knight; 3 mills. :!, to express! to the people of Ilrnd- Respectfully, Icy lilies Mrs Lune was never more
Monday morning he ---- -- ----
to Starke 1
ask Sheriff came to j 1 Diet 22-Trustees, S. H. !Moore Dr. .| i ford county my appreciation of the G. W. ALDERMAN : mndHomo than on her, wedding day
Epperson to come out [ E'l'IltI.INIll'i'E'S) ; nlln lilt \ .
Handley Warren Whitten '''l wish --. bliss Baring .
there to investigate Mr. ; 3 mills, loyal support given me, and to was excuodingly prety
Deputy W, W. Haiaden Eppersonand went Dist 31-Trustees, Jas. Haskins, J. assure each and every one that it shall HONOR:'\ ROLL DICIIIII: MOM : PARTY in u dainty gown of orchid organdie
out
but the fire and the rain had obliter II S. Rosier, Jas. Rosier; 3 mills. ated Dist. 11- Trustees, Chesley Fogg; make myself worthy of the great! I ItllVetI..ir croatlon III white with panto!
any signs that might be '- I little Elholin
used : love-
duiightor
for clues if the fire Jas. Reynolds, L, C. Smith; 3 mills 1 trust placed In my. l First Grade Charles "Ficlda Lee a flowers She curried all urm bouquet
of ] .
was Incendiary ly party from four to nix, on Wrdnesjday -
origin. Several testified The appointment' of an attendance'' Now to the two highly esteemed tor I Price Robinson, Thelmu SileoxLouise ), nr lladloy rose, tied with pink tulle. .j
the
men that Utli lust,, the occasion being
officer for another year was laid over |gentlemen who were my opponents I ] Howe. Immediately' after' the ceremony,
they had
seen the lightning; strike the the sixth her natnl
anniversary of
building, or close to it, so that the until the annual budget meeting held i ion \, wish to say that it shall always be a Second GraI-lIrl''t'rt' Roberts, day. Hr. and Mrs Lunn wore showered .ln1
the 21st of June. ]pleasure to me to look back upon this with best winhc'S and, congratulations,
held Leila Dea
theory by many that the fire was I|| There being no further business the'' i race with them and feel that it wasa Leah Andrews Wilma, Dora Manning, The many beautiful children who utter which they left In their cur fora t
Struth
caused by Edwards Vincent
lightning, does not '
improbable. seem |board adjourned until Monday, June < contest with two high-toned affable Alvarez, i came us guests to this+ merry party tip of several weeks, the dost tuition i
21st, at which time the annual fiscal gentlemen l lI who at no time have brought the sweet little hostess a of which In unknown. '
-- -- I budget will be arranged for the next i stooped to anything that was little Third Grade-Henry Morris, Thel- : great variety of useful arid pretty Mrs 1,11110 (is the youngest' daughter
RATIONING (SUGAR:; WILL BEGIN school your, I i Yours very truly ma Andreu, Paul Knight' Estcll< gifts, and the afternoon passed happily of Mr. and Mrs W. G. Richardson,
JUNE 21 CHA8. If. REGISTER.j Kendrick, )Doris Pope, Merrill McMil with frames stories and refresh \laving: spent her I\'ll'Ih"o,1 days in thin )
DEATH OF J. A. McDO.VALU lan T. J. Watson, Rosa Bodges mints A nut hunt on the lawn resulted city sho has a number of warm

Alleged Sugar Profiteer Fined $::1:>>.000 I I j I Through the courtesy of the Telegraph Fourth Grade--Elizabeth: : Andrews, in Curl Molt finding the largest friends who regret that her marriage
in West Virginia Court :Mr. J. McDonald! a well known I i I wish to thank the people of Mary Le, Wynn John Watson Rob number of nuts. and, roi-clvmg( the will takn her) elsewhere. to livo. Shelossesses
\ I land: respected citizen of Hampton, '' !Bradford county for all kindnesses ert Strong, Edison: Urinson, Merrill I prize A candy drawing afforded tho a sweet disposition and I it a
New York, June 10.-Rationing of died at his home June 8th, from the i shown me during the political cam Struth, Walter McDonald, Jr., Charles I children much plea un.. -by pulling leasing, in manner
sugar us in war time will go into effect ,' effects of paralysis, a stroke of which ;paign.. Although I failed to secure the Lucian Kickliter. the ribbon of their choice each drew Mr. Luno I I..* agent In Live Oak for. $

e in restaurants and hotels over I|I he sustained about two years ago. i i nomination for representative I smi I Fifth Grade--Cnrlylo Pitch, Evelyn a stick of candy, and-, the lucky boy Vtarmon, \Hudson and Ilupmobilfl, Ho
the country on June 21, A. W. Riley, :'j: The interment took place at Santa Fe i very grateful for the splendid vote Pop, Ells .lories, Sammy Sternberg, and gill drew a huge! stick all their Is poj.ulj with a host of friend in
1 special assistant to Attorney General :i: cemetery June 9th the funeral being i given me in the primary.T. Hazel Middlrton Edna Manning, Gus trophy; Walter McDonald, Jr.? and bUSIIII'1I1I and Hiit-lut' circle, who will
Palmer announced here today. in charge of DeWitt C. Jones undertaker i B. PINUOI..<;TER. lie Mae Bennett. Hazel: Middloton drew the lucky num. hit pleased' to extend congiatulatiotis.
Mr. Riley's statement was made after I of Starke. Sixth GradRoy Mercer, Ruby hers. "Putting tlio ballot in tho wom A hourly. welcome awaits; Mr Lane 'I;
I
I a conference with representatives The deceased was born in North II {' I heartily thank the good people of Davis, Leila Sapp, Lois Edwards an's hand" was the next amusement and his pelts upon their arrival in
j of leading hotels and restaurants of I j I Carolina 78 years ago. He came to' Palestini and Providence precincts Seventh Grado-Rosa imvitnnHuR h --each little heroin being blind/oldnd lAve Ouk.
"d New York who, he said promised to : Vampton; in the early 90's and engaged for the handsome vote they !gave me Brownleo, Jr., Gerald Middleton Alma after which they tried to place the The out of town guests at the wmi-
do everything within their power to I in the naval stores business, which for commissioner on June Hth. Sapp. ticket in the hand of a largo paper' ding Included: Mr. and Mr.. J. H.
reduce sugar consumption because of ; occupation he followed actively as H. H. WILLIAMS. Eighth: Grade-Isabel Fernandez, lady. Paul Knight was the, winner In Darby) of Jacksonville; Congressman

the shortage long as his health and strength per Eunice Perkins, Laura Wynn, Ins Ep: ,I this l contest and Mrs. Frank. Clark, of W ..hlngtori -
mitted. I take this means of thanking my person Elizabeth Brownlte. Miss l Oliv I Ray told that children 1 a ; Mr and Mrs II. C. Rirhsrdwm( ,
Fine Alleged Profiteer $35,000 Mr. McDonald was a widower, and friends for their expression of confidence Tenth Grade--Paul Canova Louise I wonderful fable about the search fort and Mr Morgan Darby, of 8t rko;
Charleston, W. Va., June 10-The the only living relative known by our in me at the recent primary. I Fernando, Nellie Stearns, h.. golden fleece Mr. and! Mrs Mason Richardson! of
Sehon-Stevenson Company, a whole- informants is Mr. A. A. McDonald, of shall endeavor to give honest and Eleventh Grade-Gladys BrawnMaggie j I i On ,the large white birthday' cake Jae-kHollvIJl.--GallleBville News, Juno
' Bale grocery concern of II Osceola county and to him is extended faithful service for the benefit of the I Maxwell Ruby Mae Poppcll. ;i'I was beautifully embossed in pink the 10th ..
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today was fined $35,000 untington'l the sympathy of many friends in schools of our county. Twelfth Grade.-.Hollis Knight I I I date "1914-1920.) and just before re- ---- --------
tion of profiteering in his bereavement.NEW Very truly, Doris Scott. '1'i froshmonts were served the six little A TTI N'I'IflN, FISHERMEN( :
eral! Court here. Judge Pritchard said --------. A. A. HAZEN. Annual attendance honor roll (present i-i I i'I pink taper adorning the cake were
/ he was imposing the heaviest fine the I SCAVENGER every day of school term)--Waiter I- I I lighted:, and shad! their soft gluw on M. M. Brliison, Thoressa keeps a ,
.' Lever law permitted. At their meeting for the purpose, I take this method of expressing my McDonald Jr., Evelyn Pop, Elizabeth the happy scene let cream and rake bout at his cump on Smith lake. The >
." the town council appointed J. A. Mor sincere appreciation to the voters of Andrews, Gussie May Bennettllazel |I l I were served the little people by Mrs bust is fastened to a stake in the wa. ;
EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAl. gan, who lives east of Starke on the Bradford county for the support given Middleton Joseph Thomas, Eunice i. White assisted l by Mrs. H. M, Sny. tor by a chain, and! when not used by ;
Bessent road, scavenger vice J, S. me on June 8th. Perkins. Comer Long, Julian Canova idor,, and Mrs. J..W. White. the owner can be used by other, if '
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis entertain. Mercer resigned.Mr. Although I was defeated In the Iris Epperson Hamilton IliU-h. Those invited to this happy gathering they take taro of it. Hut respect for
ed the Mercer has been very faithfulin election, I feel that I made lots of were: Martha Powell, Eloise and others' property seems not to be a
Epworth the League Thursday the city's service, but felt that he true and lasting friend. / GIVE!l : PARTY FOR JUN1OKS ,- Dorothy hitch, petty McLanu, Juli common trait. Sometimes the boat r.
evening guests including members could 'no longer work for the salary Very respectfully I I Etta Canova, Ava Lou Poppell, Clara Is left untied and Is blown away from
of the League and few invited f'
a paid. This is $120 month. The I-ouUe land. Sometimes It is pulled high J
per URY G. SAPP. I ---- i Peek, Hazel: Adkins, Lois Ad- up \
guests.A with work takes one man's entire time, Miss Ladle Tatum, a member n f I I l kins, Patys Bnnson Lois Long, Ruth and dry on Jand for the sun Ou open J"|
music pleasant evening was spent mostly with a horse and which he Editor Tel"lI'raph-The returns show the clans of J 1920 gave a chafing dish .i j'; Sternberg, Mary Brownlee, Martha the seams. Sometime it is dragged '
and
games, charades, fortune- roust fucnish and keep up, and he that I have been defeated in my race party complimentary to the >rBrownloo.1)I Pauline Miner, Alien Fcr- into neighboring lakes, causing Mr.
telling and cahoots affording much must also furnish an extra horse for the clerkship by 27 votes Because class, on Wednesday evening of last nandor., Leila D..u Andrews, Ev'l'lynStump. Brmnon/ much trouble to find it and
,
i amusement Mrs. Davis served chocolate when the sweeper Is used. of this defeat I am none the week at the home of her parents, Mr. Sara Hope Hayes, lto roe Mc- bring it back. This Is necessarily very
ice cream and wafers to refreshthe Mr. Morgan is a worker from the less mindful of the obligation I am and Mrs. 3. M. Tatum. on N, Walnut I I I Lane S. R. Johns, Jq., James Ri'hardI annoying/ to him and he lodg+s his .
happy crowd. I j word go and is so situated that the under to my friend and to all of the Htrott. Wainwright Richard Harvard, Hilly complaint in the Telegraph/ We have
This is the first of the weekly so. I position will be a desirable one forhim voters who preferred me for this Important The young people spent a very i i j I Graham Arthur Darby Jones, Lester but little consolation" to offer, for thu
dale that the League plans to give to 1 j The nature of the scavenger' office, and I wish to make this I pleasant! social evening and enjoyedvirtrola I, Price( Robinson Eldredge. Robinsonit class of men who prefer to spend 1 their

stimulate the Interest in the Sunday I work is such that applicants! for the I public IxprpAllion of my sincere piano) and violin music A Milton Brownlc4'. Jr., A. f;. Wall Jr.. time fishing instead of working, would -\,
evening services. !i job are as <"carce as hen's teeth, and thanks. and lasting gratitude The I I I a late hour refreshment of IUneh.waf"rH Richard .bng, Charles Abeam, David not bo influenced by anything we
---- - -- -- [ the council was lurky to get Mr. Mor- campaign has shown that n.) one has and fudge were nerved, after Ahearn Merrill Fetch, A. M. Pettit I would say. We advise Mr. Urinson. to t

CARD OF THANKS I I gan. better truer friends that I have andI which the party had a joy ride over Jr., Jim Poppcll, Paul Knight, Bonny I build a good stout boat house, and
I ---- ---. them -Uarke's keep it leaked
appreciate paved streets SU-rribt-rg, Charles Lucian Kickliter
We wish to thank the good people j,I RELIGIOUS SERVICES Very sincerely The guests: included : Hollis Knight.Telfalr Walter McDonald, Jr., Sinclair Peck i.I -
of Dobson section for their many kind'' Preaching and organ playing at the II, C. RICHARD. Long Carr Colley, Durht Jr., Thelma Silcoic, Melba Sllcox; Leah] Even Florida sand 1; valuable ania

acts shown us during'the serious Ill.I!;1'I Pleasant Hill ("Shake Rag") shelter. Scott, Kcllc Roberts, Levy Canova and Elmo Struth Hazel MiddletoCarl I a great quantity isssold for building
cess of our dear little girl Nina. Alo "hetrrd; Saturday night and Suns To the Voter and Ladies of BradfordCoun' Willie El> 'n on, Helen Diggs, MaRgin Mott Phiiiolla and Louise Snyder purposes. The Lake Weir Washnd

a we wish to thank Dr. King for hi day Everybody invited. I III. ': Maxwell Carl Johns, JosephinerinllOn Grace Alvarez, Merrill McMlnan.Lola Sand Co., of Ocala has increased its
faithful service. J. THOMAS. I wish "> express my stner thank Clifford Tatum, Marl Dyal 1, Colley I.ucile Mitchell Ruby Davis capital from $20.0/00 to $100,000 and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. D<)wling. Pus ,r and great appreciation for the lnt r- of Jck.aon"llIe.r Louise! Stewart, Eunice Ctnova is doing a splendid business.
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""j t LAKE UUTLEK: ; Sllae: Delia Colson of Jennings the time was spent in listening to the

.1 spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. music and by playing a few interest Why
4, # Lake Butler June 18.-Mm. C. L. and Mrs. D. W. Borum. ing game, carrying on social conver- man-

I Varnos and interesting children of B. Y. P. U. met Sunday evening at sation. Delicious peach and lemon ice 3
I j//< Bartow, are the guest of Rev. S :.S. 7 o'clock Mica Crystal Armstrong, cream and cake were served by Miss we made this >
:,1 t j Proctor and family. leader. Daisy and at a late hour the guests

Uev. S.' S. Proctor left Friday for Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Armstrong departed, for their respective homes, cigarette for you! .,
r Branch where he will assuring their hostess of having enjoyed -
Brandy conduct pent the week-end at Hampton with
'i a pleasant evening
I 'a a revival meeting.; friends ,
I W, A. Jones is on the sick list at
Oulter Boyd of Worthington, was a A message was received Sunday afternoon
this
I'i''" business visitor to Lake Butler Sat- < telling of the death of Mrs. writing.
: urduy. Howard of Ludowici, Ga. Mrs. How. Mr, and Mrs. n. S. Roebuck and
"'i\'i"t\ { "t! Norma Kirk and Julian Dokle, returned ard visited her daughter Mrs. J. M. children of Brooklyn were with relative .
" during the weekend.J. .
'r: to their home at Five Mile Mann, here several weeks ago and *
I rs'I 1 I I Wednesday after a pleasant visit won many friends during her stay. V. Jones of Hampton[ ; was in our

L'., with their grandparent, Rev and The many friends of Mrs. Mann extend section Saturday. k ,:
ia'{ Mrs. S. S. Proctor. their sympathy to her in her be. Mesdames W. A. Jones and S. B. ''

William Rhodes spent Monday with reavement. Woodard were visitor to Hampton j
1'' t j MR uncle and aunt. Rev and Mrs. S. Miss Cora Spires of Midway visited Wednesday afternoon. i
I[.'' S. Proctor after a week's visit at Mrs.! D. W. Borum Monday morn John Hall was a visitor to Brooklyn '
qj ' White Spring., returning: to his home ing.; Sunday. I
\ ., in Moultrie Ga., Tuesday evening Miss Eddie Spires spent the weekend Sheriff Epperson and Deputy BaU- '.
Mrs. E.: L. Overby and chidren left with her parents at Midway. den, of Starke were business visitors '
, ) I Tuesday for Adcl Ga., for a visit Sheriff Epperson, of Starke was here Monday, !
" 1' with relatives after spending several in town Tuesday morning. R. M. King was transacting bmi- '
. I months in Lake Butler and Five Mile Judge Gardiner of Starke motor-ness in Palatka Monday. I II
with relatives. They expect to return ed to Lake Butler Sunday. I I Miss Florence Hall left Tuesday for I II
hr to Richmond Va., In August. W. Wood, of Miami spent Saturdayand i Waldo where she will spend several
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Draper and children Sunday with S, S. Proctor and : weeks with her sister Mrs P. M. I 91'' i

of Lecflburg;, spent several day ,: family. : I IMrs. Geiger.
last week with Mr. and Mr.. Fritz Clarke who has been placing Sunday night about 9:30: just af fit your cigarette de-
Townsend. volumes of home and school reference \ter the rain had ceased fire was noticed I F tMl ?1i,1 CAMELS
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Townsend andS j hooks in several homes here, left for in an old store building at There ,' completely you'll agree
children are spending a while at Orange White Springs Saturday. : sa owned by Roe Hersey. Several I t they were made to meet your taste!
Springs. '' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chastain and men who were at R. M. King's store,
The tent meeting closed Monday :family, bin and Mrs.: B. D. Harrell { just a few steps down from the burning I Unique flavor fragrance and mel-
,'I f : evening after two weeks of interesting 'and family spent the day at Lake Ge I I' building were the first to discover i ''"
'i I "". / services, and much interest and 'nova Sunday. 'I the fire, and by that time it had got low-mild-body due to Camels quality -

.. good, for the Mast<>r'. cause was ec- I). W. Borum spent Tuesday evening beyond control. J. P. Padgett fired I ,e and expert blend of choice Turk-
I' compli hed. / with is family. ] his
i iMrs. I pistol and gave the alarm and pen.
ish and
J choice Domestic' tobaccos
". P. p. Dekle, of Five Mile Julian Loodholtz visited his mother pie gathered to witness the burning. .I s .Mr
pt-nt Saturday with her mother Mrs. In Guilford Tuesday. I j jTIIERES.SA The fire was of unknown origin. A I ''k re are a revelation! You will prefer the
S. S. Proctor | few years ago; groceries were kept in I 'e tip
.s' Camel blend to either kind cf1 "hncco
I). W. Burum spent the week-end Ithe i building later being used for the r7 :
.' with his family. I storage of )lay, and up until the time I,, smoked straight!
if : j, Mrs. Adam Markee left Tuesday Thrressa June 18.-Rev. J, B. I the building was burned D. W. Moore
6 i I morning-for Gainesville to attend! the, Crews of New River, preached at the i I had several hundred tomato crates 't- With Camels you can go tne limit
: 'I funeral of Mr Saundcrs Chtistiun church and bean !
held Tuesday Sunday morning. On i hampers with wrapping pa- "
I :. afternoon at 4 o'clock. account of a downpour of rain Sunday per estimated at se.'tral: hundred dollars c without tiring your taste. They

:i [ Misses Della and Mae Dukes of night services could r+ ; Five Mile were In town hopping Saturday M. Hall was transacting business Those who
I{ : first saw the building/ .
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I afternoon. in the county metropolis Wednesday afire say it was burning inside, and I I 'd 'f '' ,,1 ,. ,.% ; no unpleasant cigaretty odor!
'j Marry Long, of Five Mile motored I Henry and Samuel Woodard John I the doors bing boarded op with sloii* .
I.I.'I to Lake Butler Saturday. i I IMrs. I' Hill and Hill Cnann were visitors to plank nailed across them l1I"tle It impossible : i;i :Jl. : I To get a line on why Camels win

I Mary E. Werts left Monday Brooklyn last week j ji j to get into where tho flames ..I : you so completely compare them
y i for Ocala for a visit with relatives. I Urn Sasm-r and Sam Swindcl went ,i were raging. The men were kept busy I.
t Mrs W. H. Bathea, of Perry I. the, out to Smith lake Tuesday morning in saving nearby buildings from the I! Rk/.s6 C.m.l. ao .old ."'T-I... puff-for-puff with any cigarette in
1 'r'; \ guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. and returned home Thursday after fire among them bring the depot,II! as vv-gv-j! i73onc'/"Sir"/0p; : the world at price. You'll
l ,, J. Poklo, this week. : noon with thirty-one fine trout one store and a dwelling occupied by Mr. .".. Uoo..". any preirfcSy -
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Mrs. I). M. Traxler and son are vie weighing ten pound, while the others and Mrs. J. L. King.; No insurance was''! O ._.".".....i...'Si"irtoV'iy.erguaifvtocouponsorpremiums!:
'.honly room mood f/)
I r iting relative. in Wllliston this week. were all of good size. carried and a total loss resulted. ,Man for tho ham. or offio r. .
I .' ,I Mrs. J. S. Norris of Worthington, Mrs. I D. W, Moore and children mo- .aPPfl' ..h... yon ,...., R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO TD. win-tin. n'. OTN.. r

,i I spent). Thursday evening: guest of Mrs, tored to Hampton Sunday and spent RAIFOKD [ -- n _ _.
W, Borum. the day with relatives. -
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FL, .I Mrs Ruth McCall Misses Madge t''! lion Hall Henry Woodard and Cal Raiford June 13.-Mrs. C. B. :Mc- Rev. E. C. Well spent. the weekendin
; \ ;' and, Grace Averett, of I vin Trirxt visitor to Ft. White.
1 Jennings, were j were Brooklyn Clenny was transacting business here ;<:
I t II in town for a few hours Sunday. I Wednesday afternoon during the first part of the week Johnnie Jones and mother Mrs
' f W. A. Jones made a business trip W. M. Whitten was a visitor to Johnnie Bryant, of Baker county
i m i m MMIHHMDON'T+ I Ito the county seat Saturday. Jacksonville during the week I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D.

Bon Sasiirr was a visitor to Hampton We are sorry to report little Bob Andrews Wednesday. To Keep American Shipson
1S{:* Thursday afternoon. Roberts on the sick list. j N. T. Ritih of Starke, was a visitor

( t ,;: R. M.Charlie. King was. a visitor to Palat- Loca Anderson, Dora Johnson Lois over here Wednesday afternoon. the SeasFor
I 1 ka Saturday. Drake, Loca Johnson Margaret An- W. W. Rice, of Lowell i. home fora

(' ,I Phillips who is employed aNew 1 demon Anna Mae Anderson Helen I few day. the first
time
Throw away your old shoes, have them repaired. his mother, Mrs. Jno Phillips I I'I Moore, Walter Whitten, Marion'Browning LAWTEY nmrchnnt/ marine. It cot i* $::1.01111,1)101),1118)) < to get It.

j" 5 Will make j' C A. Youngblood was a business were visitor to Kingsley I The farmer, manufacturer laborer-every American la
I,. I them like new. Parcel I'I visitor to Hampton Wednesday after lake Thursday afternoon. i t Lawtey, June 18.-Mils Lelia Byrdof interested in holding our position on the seas

u ; post one way. We noon. I Mrs. A, J. Johnson and little daugh. :[ Jacksonville, visited friends in our A* a buy old shoes.Electric !I Cecil Moore and Samuel Woodard. ter Francis are visiting in Jacksonville I I town last week. thom articles of existing commercial treaties which have
: spent Saturday afternoon at Mag for a few days. j Mrs. E. D. Sayles has returned operated to thwart the. upbuilding of our merchant marine
, Shoe Shop nolia lake fishing I Mrs. S. M. Morrell. who has been ', home from Ocala where she had Ily giving the notice of
termination
!Miss Edythe Collins, who is attending her for which the several
F. visiting daughter in New Smyrnn been spending several days visiting Irl'l 'I.... provide.
C.IIOUJNGSWORTII. / school ;t Green: Cove Springs'l Mrs. W. W. Farnell has returned i i I friends.Mrs. .
j. iMiiiiI sIule.+} H t.}II HHAPPY spent the week-end at Lakeside with home. 'I I .| John Howe wa* a visitor to now Tills before action Is directed lu the constructive Shipping Bill
I -- her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Collins Carl Johns. and O J. Griffin of Starke Wednesday Congressvhlfh ;
\ I Starke, were in town Monday morn- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lowery and \ declare it to be the 1 policy of the United States
fi, ( WOMENPlenty C l iMrs.. J. E. Phillips was a visitor toStarke ing.Loca baby of Jacksonville, visited relativesin "to do. whatever may he necessary to develop and eucourage" -
I II Saturday. Johnson left Monday morning Lawtey the first part of last week. a merclinnt marine
I __. I Mr. and Mm. Lawton Baylor and for Gainesville where she will attend ; Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick and This policy deserves the support of
every American.
daughter' Ella of Brooklyn attended 1 summer school. daughter of Wateroak section -
of Them In Stark, and Coo;I church here Sunday. Walter Whitten U spending a few guests Sunday at the home< of Mr.wer and Lucking this support the present effort to maintain our
.. Rssson far It I>. J. Phillips was a business visitor days here with his parents Mr. and Ir... Jesse Reddish. nierclmiit/ marine may suffer the fate of many Ineffective

XVou.Uu: ..l'jI W*W6U; bit happy, :' to Hampton Saturday afternoon. !Mrs. W M. Whitten. Raymond Griffls was a visitor to attempts of the past. "
,- After year u. tcUuchd.. .1\,1",.... i Ben Hall returned Wednesday to Edwin and Kenney Goethe< of Sapp Glen St. Mary Sunday. Send for a copy of "For an American Merchant Marine.*
Day of misery night! of uureat. |I Brldgend where he 1 II employed. H e were visitors over here Thursday ate Mrs. Roscoe Sapp and baby returned
4- The distress .or .. trouble. > was accompanied by Henry Woodard ternoon.i to their home in Miami the Committee of American Shipbuilders
r When she Hud freedom I j who has accepted a position wit Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Farnell and first of the.week after spending several
Many readers will print< b>' tie fcl I the O.icrola Lumber Ce). little son, Wilbur, Jr., of New Smyr- days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 80 CHURCH STREET, NEW YORK CITY
j lowing. |j Miss Elsie Hinson spent last week na, are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Shad Thompson.
yr'' Mr. A. C. Fling Stnrke say. 1 j at McRae with relatives and friends., I IMM i(, Clifford.t Mrs A. A. S9mith was a visitor to
;" When\ living In North Dukou. oui- !. I.. A. Hall and children upon Srpard Moore and Eustls Crew Starke Wednesday.
time ago, I was alllug with my bark Sunday at Waldo with her daughter, were visitors to Lake Butler Wednes. David Reddish of Thomasvllle Ga.,
and kidneys. As t knew great many : Mrs. P. M. Geiger. day evening U spending some time at the home of 1- 1
people lu that country who bud us e'l Miss Myrel Collins of Lakeside. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Famell :Mr. his parent. 1I I
Doan'a Kidney: Pill with excellent! re, was a visitor to Palatka Sunday. and Mrs. J. C. Jones, Mrs. S. M. !More Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Clark of Jacksonville J. T. Moore was transacting business I
suits I began taking! them.. My kidney S. B. Woodnrd, who is employed at tell were visitors to Lawtey Sunday were visitors to Lawtey, thefll'llt in Jacksonville one day last. .a !
gave me m little I distress! and I Ih'ldI'Plld. spent Sunday here with his afternoon. part of the week. I week. I
t the small of my back hurt me con ';; fnmily. Herbert[ Ritch of Starke was in :J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville was J. Carl Frevatt and Mill
r stantly ort'n my ImrK twinged My i Minuet Gertrude Hinson, G..rtleSwlndf'l. town Sunday. transacting business In Lawtey last Brown daughter of Thelma OOOTOmrtAtr II
Mr.
jNo and Nealie Youngblood were Rev. Wiggins filled his and Mrs. Si.
kidney were d'lordcred too until I regular ap- week. la* Brown, were
took this rcm ily UnlD's soon put t visitors to Brooklyn Sunday aft..nloonthe pointment at the Advent church here J. 11. Moore was a visitor to Jack. the home of Rev quietly D. L married at I
d and end to the trouble nod I have hll J guest of Mr. and :Mrs. LawtonDa'lor. Sunday sonvnlle first of the WHk. Sunday afternoon. Rev. Phillips last I
no recurrence of tue complulut.. Mr and Mr*. J. M. Alvarez Mr. Henry Redding, of Ralford, was the ceremony. Phillip performing SCALED TINS OC .Y
I Cleveland Lee of Lakeside was a and Mrs, W. H. Graham and little eon visiting relatives Only a few
Price 60c, at >l:1! dealer Dwn't in Lawtey Saturday.Mr. relative and friend. !
,;: simply ask far; :n V:Jnoj remedy-getPoan's visitor to 1'alatka Sunday. Billy of Stark, were visitors! over and Mrs. A. A. Smith spent ceremony. They will witnessed the ,
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| Tuesday night a social affair wasenjo'ed here Sunday afternoon. Sunday at Kingsley lake. go housekeep.<
Pills the tlmt MAXWELL
Kidney sanio ing in the near future
Mrs. Flat had. Foster-MUburn Co., by the young folk at the ;;i Quite a crowd of young: folka at- L. L. Sapp and ion. Louie left last cently purchased on the farm re HOUSE'J
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JU...., Buffalo. N V.S. home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W Moore tended i the .how at the State Farm week for Miami when they will secure friends wish them groom Their
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: liii CANNING PLANT A SUCCESS dreu, Charlie and Willie Fowler, of Itors at the home of H.1.. McRae..1 : ysn a praCLsQrcan :

New River were in our section Sun. Saturday. I .,

Farmer In Walton county are enthusiastic day. ,i. Frank Bryant made a business trip ;i
:1 I!: over their new canning Mrs. Brown and daughter, Rhoda, to Jacksonville Friday.i ..

factory and consider the factory one were !shopping>; in Brooker Friday. i i :M. :McRae attended church at ''
of their bent asset In one week a I I A. L. Green was a visitor in our I!,,: Starke Sunday. lea] :1.

shipment .of canned sweet potatoes section Saturday. j{I .--

.. valued nt several thousand dollars! ': Willie Brown and Samuel Thomas CKAIIAMi ; .. .
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M i. was noli!1. They expect to receive ev- !j spent Sunday in the Graham Hectlon. :| THE: PPOriSSCrt:: dropped In. I FELL for it, and C '.
\ en better prices for next year's crop. I. Misses Bertie and Alvah Thomas 1 i: Graham, June 18.-Chealey FoggI ,; .. 1 I \\1 ..
j_ __ -. 11 mi ''of Lake Butler, spent the week-end i j I I and daughters, Leta and Linnle, visited 111"" ; '..AFT/ NIGHT' . ",.tiii. Full.! I'M JAKE for koepa.
Don't expect the fruit trees around, with their parents, Mr. and :Mrs. : Waldo Saturday having some dental ,) I /Y.J 3141 : '
A 1'1 I work done. ,J , ;t-'E!! ;HAD n 1"'sle.! Ar>;3 i ; on the worldA4 -
$I the bourn to \live like air plants. W. Thomas. ] \ .
tree one plate needs food Just as much Miss Emma Andrews of Lake Butler Claude Dirt of Hampton, was a sfStoaxrr&" ; l r .*
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cs one In another. So if the fund l 1. spent the week-end with friends business visitor here Saturday. l : I INC.4 .

IJ: not already in"the ground apply a lit here. Truby Dyal of Charleston S. C., ffI'Ljtl:! "' i :" .r TY GECM: ;:::I.VKOr CLIP UH naps
J ; tie fertilizer. Next year's crop will ha Col-ion, of Pine Hill, spent Sun. is visiting his parents this week.II. .
I make It worth while. day with her friends, Misses Minnie F. Price and Alma, of Starke, HIGHBROW talk. FOR THE doubl9-O. )
and Pearl Green were here Saturday. .
; ------ Charlie Fowler and sister Eva, Mr. and :Mrs. Will Dirt of Louise, BUT HE'D Just bear!. A1"O; THAT Mfti all. i
Paint Is one Investment that usual spent Sunday in our section attended church here Saturday. I .
'" ly improves the thing: it Is applied to Mesdames Truman Dyal and Bill TWO FELLOWS t'1I1.'f.:! I LAUGHED ant polo tod.*
I. more than its coot Use it and en. .
Ji \\II.\T WILI' TilE IIAK\isT: UH? Newsom, of Zit, were shopping here I
hence the value of buildings and tool, SOMETHING LIKE th, :, CUT THE window.
l .. bcHidcs preventing rot and rust and Friday 'I .
1.' mining "morale." (I5y Joe Earmnn in Palm fleach Post) Miss Minnnio Howling is visiting "HERE'S THE real rho-/ 'I' AND: THC prof read.
1 -" Some candidates will be convinced her cousin, Geo. Jackson, at Crystal I' .

. ;I-r--;; ; that there are more liars than voters River ON THE kind of but'. I THE ELECTRIC:: alga' ,
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to the square mile. Mrs Lewis' Byrd returned to her .
home in Oakland Tuesday FOR STEADY fctuff. ADO HE was on.
There will be Joy and ecstacy in
1.t t Long DiluVe, Juno 18.-Eustis Kelley some quarters. Truby and Irvin Dyal visited the .

attended services here Saturday There will be the pall of gloom and county seat Friday. "SPILL IT.-said. . the ether THE: SIGN just said,
" night. Misses Eflie and. Eddie Sloan, of .
". '4: We are glad to note :Mrs. Ben Sapp d"Ml1ulr| in other quarters. SO THE first ono uiiJ."IT'S "THEY SATISFY."
1 Sampson, were shopping here Satur
There will be soreness that will skin .
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any boil) that ever erupted. day.Miss GOT the good<
': her home. Certain checks that covered campaign Ella Ogden. of Jesup, Ga., U .
" Lull :May Conner of Hastings expenses will be hung In frame. visiting relatives this week.A AND PEP and all. r 'iny no hundred other
..:. A tally wall given at the home of of gold and will always be looked at crowd of our 'young folks enjoyed 'ny: it, hu:. in R'oocfj'JUST ;
j Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. Rivera In honorof with "glee" and the kindly thoultht"Didn't a chicken pilau Saturday night at TOUCH one off. .J .'<-ir-M, it'i "they sat
: of their daughter Frnnle. Amongthose . -ic '"n"ukish and
the home of J. A. Graves.
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,present were, W, S. Johns and Mrs Vernon Hillard of 1 I AND YOU'LL ba"Urine 'c.'. lean:: i that can't0.1 -
a,; ti"p Other cancelled checks will be salted I Trilby, i Tli 'trfula! blend put
'If I j family, Mabel Crews Ruby Johns away In the musty recesses of dusty I visiting her parents THE LIFE of Relay I 1:1) >J"-rflsldi( l whore none can touch!
I, 1 Maud Crews, Pierce Crews, Everett desks and when "gaped" at from Dewey and Lillian Strickland, of . a them for quality and value.
''i '" Renfroe, Joe Moody Roy Ray, Smith time to time with the vicious thought Gainesville, spent Sunday at the home r:
" ' of O. W. Dyal.R. ,
> Timma. "What a bonehead 1 wat-once but I ...Jf.f
'w.- \ never again." N. Dowling and Bill Newsom, of

" 1/ '" Rivers for the kindness. To some, lemon juice will be sweet Zit, were here Sunday. i' ,; Grafton Adkins, of Palatka: spent nectar. Charley Smith and daughter, Ruth, I :}J :
'{" the week-end here with his parents To others, sugar will be as bitter visited Gainesville Saturday. C'rSIdtUdC -J 'I U :;

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adkln as gall. Messrs. C. B. Roberts, W, If. Cur- Pj' { II.r
,1' Ancil Teston the week-end j. ( l'
it '' spent at Some candidates' wives will have ney visited the county seat Friday. I 1

Hampton. new dresses. Alvin Wasdm of Gainesville spent t ( .. .'\ t. .
." Supt. E. R. Poppcll and ,family Other candidates' wives will find the week-end with his parents. -

t passed through our burg Sunday. their husbands hard to get along with. Mrs. Bessie Wynn spent the week / CX : : J. S
, Mrs. Iva Sprinkle and father passed Such Is politics. with relatives at Sampson.T. "f

r,1 through: our burg enroute to the Such Is life. W. Wasdm and family, of Wal
\" f county seat. I do, were here Sunday. I
' I To he shore.
;' Mrs. Grover Sapp Is on the nick list I Ifl4 .I, ---. Murphy Price and wife and slater, / J-J-

thin week i EAST STARKE Alma were here Tuesday visiting I -.-,-"'- ...<10'"AI
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:!. Jim Thomas and lion Kerce of New Mrs, Jake Roberts. I

i River punned through, here Sunday East Stark, June 18.-A quiet but Jesse Ogden, Alvin McKinney and :I

afternoon. beautiful wedding; occurred at the Jesse Byrd motored to Starke Tues
returning to Lake City Sunday.
Clarence Adkins little
and Grace
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home of Mrs. J. C. Carter Sunday
!r t Adkins, were visitors. to New River :Misses[ Marcia Turner and Jessie Johnnie Hurst made a business tripto
morning at 10 o'clock when her daughter
Lake Butler
Tuesday! ufteinoon. Miss Florence Ruby, and Gpo Maines, of Mounteocha, were here on Saturday.
Louis Dubson of Otustee visited in
1 non Mrs Hill Johns was visiting )[1'1. W. Wiley were united in marriage, bURinf>Wednesday. I this section Sunday, Mica__
Snpp Sunday. L. G. Barry has
Judge Gee A. Gardiner performingthe accepted a position
Messrs. Horace Cobb Arthur
["'nllon Thomas, of Worthington, in Gainesville. and
spent the week-end with his sinter, ceremony.The : Greene, of Sanderson, were guests of
Levy Prescott of Ziff ,
.i bride was lovely in n frock of was hare on John Denmark UNIVERSAL
Sunday' CORD
)MI-H. Will Thomas business Thursday.T. .
.eorgettelthe groom wearing a suit
e II. O. Uivl'''.' tomato 1 Is do { Freddie Andrews waa a visitor in
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crop of green. The bride's going-away E. Stewart and sister, Mollie, of
the Olustee section Sunday afternoon.
"r ing splendidly.T'llinn dress was a blue coat suit with hat Brookor. were here Thursday visiting
'If' 1 : Willie Bryan, of Sapp, was a visitor -
SIIPI' was a visitor to Lake veil to match. Tom Mills. We Michelin
, Butler Saturday. I at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John are selling '
Their many friends wish them every Myrtle McKinney and Clara Roberts 0
Tom Andrews of Lake Butler, was spent Thursday with Mrs. Ear- Addison Sunday
" happiness in their married life.
and
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J the of his cousin Misses Mae and Agnes Johnson visited Casings
guest Mrs. II. 0 ; P. M. Rlgg and Lewis GooUby ney Dowling at Hampton.)
Rivers, Th :.raday |I passed through here Monday enrouteto Charley McKinney of New River, Misses Susie and Mitabelle Hurst T ubes little r
afternoon.
""\ Services nt I.onlT1'ldjtfJ: every third Jacksonville visited relatives Monday Sunday at prices ff \
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;'. Sunday Everyone invited. j Joe Truhy was a visitor here Satur. John Lovelace, Mr. and :Mrs. Mack t
t 11 Dock Crews was a visitor to The- day. Bates returned to their home in Tam. Piles Cured 'In 6 to 14 Days if any higher than

Tessa Sunday i Mrs R. G. Starling\ of Lawtey, was "pn Wednesday DniMlsM u 'MrDo.rP91,If TA7O OINTMENT; fall.
t topurfl ItchlnM. *edinilor FrotrwUufl Pee.
Mrs. Ben Renfioe spent! the weekend the guest ot her Sister, Mrs. J. C. Car Leland, Edna and R. N. Dukes, of Intently relieves Itchlart rita and can at Gainesville with her daughter, \ ter. Dukes, spent the weekend with relatives Mleeu after tb) set .aYlla.t4n. Prier o.nctltRhSpratWDtllWDil ,

Mrs phfltin Turner. M.". mid :Mrs. L. V. Moore and children > JlJQII)1lrdIDIlCG.1Itr.COFFINS !{ : ; > makes.
Mrs Phelnn Turner
returned to her spent Sunday at Kingsley lake. Mr. Jake Roberts and son, Hugh
home in Gainesville Thursday after Albert Dubose attended SundayRrhnul Bnnson and Thelma Harry spent Fri. & CASKETSAnd .
spending n while here with relativesand Sunday afternoon. day in Starke with Mrs II F. Price.
Full Line ef
friends i , Miiis Blanche Leach Is visiting at San Pone, of Mounteocha, was hereon a Smith's Garage
Un .rfolr.r.
--- Supplies
v b ) -- the home of :Mrs' J. C. Carter. business Friday

\VATiitMIL'LWatermill : : Mr. McMillan of Starke, was here Cha McKinney of Louise, was a AUTOMOBILE! HEARSE STARKE, FLA.
Monday afternoon. business visitor here Friday,
June IS.-Evan Hodges :Mrs. Anna Youngblood. Always on hand.! The best service .
- -'-- of Waldo,
L1 I spent Sunday with friends in New CKOSIir:; LAKE was shopping here Thursday at the lowest! prices. Spe .'
4 River 0 I cial attention to telegraph orers. .
Rev J, Woods filled his regular appointment
l Mt'II..I'II.Iachle! Kelly; Reddish An. I CrosbyLake, June 18.-Mr. and here Sunday IIfi! Registered Embalmer. F

Mrs. T. K. Stokes and children, at Truby Dyal spent Saturday in
"I Got Ilea) Mad When I ]sat My Waldo, are visitors at the home of IIM Gainesville DeWITT C. JONES The Quinine. That Does not Affect The fie,da.eur I SCIENCE BATTLING WITH
r Selling; Hen. Mr*. Hannan. r. McRae. Mrs. Dewey Strickland of Gaines. l of Its tnnlc und lae"! "e effect. LA XA. THE MOSQUITOES
STARKE FLA. ,.jtfOleltltOtCtOtat TIE; IIROXO QUININE; dub Mi) can lx taken
"I went into the hen house one Hugh Haltiwanger[ of Jacksonville, ville spent the week-end with her par. by anyone without cauxin4 nervnu.ne.ji or rhiulnil I -
morning and found my favorite setter spent the weekend here with rela ents. molmillml>>fOOIDmmm in the head. E.W.GKOV; ES kUluatur*ua bo*. Jilc Trying to Exterminate Then Carriersof

+ dead. I gut real mnd. Went to the tives. ; Mrs. Equilla Dixon and Miss Ruth Malaria and Other Deadly

store, bought some RAT SNAP an i Misses Eva and Lillie Me\ Rue and I Smith I left Monday for Gainesville to : COCKROACHESKA4ILT Germs

In a week I got six dead tats. Every brother Barney, left Monday for Label enter the normal at the University.Gid -

body who raises poultry should keep/ ), where they will visit relatives. Sparkman, of Louise i wa here Scientists say that the mosquito
RAT SNAP." Three ,si/os 25c. 6UC $1 James William left Friday for Saturday on business must go. Years ago they were look
Sold and guaranteed by n.I C. Jones Lakeland !Dewey Murrhee and Duffy Abernathy ed upon only as nuisances but everyone .
DAVISAgency
and. Mitchell's\ Drug Storp.-Adv. J. L, Underhill and. family! were *'liAs were visitors to Sampson Saturday now knows that they are a vital


Jake. Kinard, of Waldo, was here Est. 1886 fever

Sunday.Our can be laid right at the mosquito'sdoor.

Dead a e Dodo community was saddened Sun. KIU.KO TODAY RY USUSSSTEARRS' Government state and city
tiny when they heard the news of the INSURANCESTARKE health departments are try ing""hard
death of Jeff Padgett. Sympathy is PASTE to exterminate him but that will not

extended to the bereaved family. w.VD Dun Y come for years.
I There will be church festival "WATER" BUGS. RATS AND MICE In
a the
at
.. I meantime we must protect
.. _
the First Christian IW 1 Tw rtM*. M It..
,, church Graham, CHOC rOM YOUR DKALKH ourselves. See that proper screens
on Saturday night, June 2f .
benefit of the church. Everybody invlfed. I house daily with TORMENT. TORMENT .

Committee, :Mr. and Mrs, T* .. is death to insects. No mosquito
G. Barry, Mr, nnd Mrs J. D. Kirk | or fly can live in its gaseous va.
:Miss[ France You Do More Work,
Munhee Mrs. M. C.Abernathy. ASPIRIN You par. TORMENT will not harm cloth.
are more ambitious and
you gut
more ing or furniture and has absolutelyno
._ --._ enjoyment out of everything when your
'S 1)011$0" blood is in good condition. Impurities lr. effect on human beings.
; Name the blood have a very depressing 1! effect on Sold by druggists general stores
Genuine
Every druggist in town-your druggist and everybody's drug Dobson, June 18.-Mr. and Mrs. "Bayer" on nervousness the system and causing sickness.weakness, laziness and dealers everywhere.Manufactured .
by G. William
gist has noticed a great falling off in the sale of calomel They Judson Hurst visited his parents, Mr. :::: OI OVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC Company, Quitman Ga.,B.exclusively.

'I 'all! give the same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone Is taking its and Mrs. M. H. Hurst, Sunday after A.W restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying -Adv.-2
noon.Mrs. and Enriching the.Blood. When ?
place., Bessie Johnson and son, Lester V its strengthening!. invigorating effect, see
"Calomel Is dangerous and people know it, while Dodson'sLiver were in Lake Butler Saturday. how It brings color to the checks and how No Woims In a Healthy; Child

Tone is perfectly safe and gives better results," said a lad Dobbs, of Sapp visited his I appreciate it improves Its the true appetite tonic value.GROVE'S you. will!! then healthy All children color,which troubled Indicate with*worms poor blood have and an.uo-.a
pal'nts.1': and Mrs. Joe Dobbs, last rule there I I. more or lea etonmch dutturbanca
prominent local druggist. Sunduy TASTELESS Chill TONIC GROVE'S TASTELESS chili TONIC given regularly
J. L. I j is not a patent medicine it U simpl) fur two or three week whl enrich the blood. Improve
Dowling made a business trip IRON and QUININE suspended in the digestion,and .."t..a CeneralStrenmhenln .
,r r Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead !IV to Lake Butler and Olustee Saturday. 1"Bayer So pleasant even children like it.Syrup Tn Tonic to I'i'',whole.1',...... Nature will then
Clarence Dobbs of Baker county Tablets of Aspirin" is genuine blood' needs Quinine to Purify and IRON throw to off or die WI" the wo/nit,and the Child will.! ho
perfect
' Dodnon's Liver Tone it personalty Take a spoonful *t night sad. wake attended the barbecue at Lake Cutler Aspirin proved safe by millions to Enrich It. These reliable tonic prop hea'th.! Pleasant to take. 80o rwb. I.110101 i I.-
Saturday.We and prescribed by physicians for cities never fall to drive out Impurities! ?.
, guaranteed by every druggist who up feeling fine) no bilioiune, sick over the blood. We Cleared Our Summer florae
sells It. A bottle costs but headache aolJ stomach or con.tipat4bowel are sorry to report the serious twenty years. Accept only an unbro The "
Urge a Strength of
, -Creating; Power of Rats by Mm.
.
iUness of little Nina Dowling, being ken "Bayer package" which contains GRO' Tc:: Perry
k few cents., and if it fail to give easy It. doesn't gripe or .omu* inconvenience stricken with indigestion while playIng proper directions. to relieve headache, the TASTELLSS fuvonte Chili TONIC has made n "" ll'n we opened our seaside home
all the next day like violent tonic In thousands of boon last
relief in every cane of liver sluggishIMM Tuesday and speedilybecame un Toothache Earache Neuralgia Rheumatism More than thirty-five May, it was alive with rats. They
. calomol. Take a dote. of calomel years ago IO'K' had
. and constipation, you bar onlyto conscious. Dr. King, of Lake Butler, Colds and Pain. Handy tin would ride a long distance to get LUoV gnawed the upholstering. We
1 uk for your money back.DodsonV today and tomorrow you will! feel was called to her and she is improving boxes of 12 tablets. cost few cents. TASTELESS Chill TONIC i cleaned them out in a week with RAT
weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lo*. ; somewhat at this time. I, Druggist also sell larger "Bayer member of their family had Malaria ot SNAP. I prefer this rat killer because
... Liver Ton i* a plesiaat- a day' work! Take Dodioa's Liver I needed a body-buUdlng. it cornea in cake form
Mr. and Mr. Shop Mikel!, of Lake packages. Aspirin it trade mark strength-divine' no mixing. r
:, tasting purely vegetable remedy Tone iantead and f..l fin., full o( City visited her parents, Mr and I Bayer Manufacture Monoaccticacides. day tonic.and Q The formula is just the same to- Saves dirtying hands and plates." 25c,

fcarmleu to both children and adult vigor aDd ambition bin Jesse!. L Dowling Saturday night ter of SalicylicacU.-Adv. store. 80c you per can bottle.get it from any..drug. 1: Jones SOc, $1. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.

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FRIDAY. JUNE 18, 1920. v fi

=- BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE'SEVEN'


AN O'ERTRUE TALE EATS ANY- that is what I am doing now. I will:1 -_ -J JOVA' ;

probably be a soldier as long as I live ; ,
rixhrrman Bait Self With Fish and \ '\ .
On July] 1st. vocational school will V A' ,a ;J"Po"a
'Gator Almost Swallows Hint
THING SETBEFORE start to enable every man to learn

a trade who wants to, no that when .
Eu ti June II.-D. H.
Henley, ot his enlistment has expired he is able

the Eustis Pharmacy had a thrilling HIMEIGHT to support himself well at skilled J JI

experiencewhile fishing: In Lake Vale] work I'ZlflZa

Thursday afternoon. I Tile
I will close with the best wishes to
Boats being scarce Lake
on Yale, Tread
YEARS TKOl'WLE GONE all who may read this.
the men don their bathing suits and
the AND I'EILS: FINE:: EVERY ''I'VT.) DAVID CARTER. Mmilinnlrally. and nrtmtlnmllyi. r
wade along lily
pads and
A'ral'S, I .. .
DAY fiir nrentMt nerurlty
M.VCE i
TAKING
casting into pockets where the large] TAN LAC :3rd. Co C. A. B., Ft. Amador, Panama "> .1,1 nil n..d euudlUuni. TinA : I.

bas seem to habitate. C. Z. and y nutpiHi raftllKtonta

Thursday the party separated and "Since I commenced- taking Tanlacall ., on t""tth nldm of to*

all were enjoying fine catches, when my troubles of eight SSUIt SC: THAN THE PLUMBERSIt .>u> wide, benv tread Hklddii ..
suddenly the voice of Mr.' years' stand. minimised TaraUelInr j tis5: i..0}. ..; ipso..:
Henley f
was ..
big: have left .
me and I can do as biga I'lnM.. heard at a great distance around the is said that a Starke man recently 'tvl:
day's work as any man," said J, ." .1011? l Center Line oftrrnd vs.qd : ,:
lake. His companions thinking the Curry, a well known flagman the I entered a union barber shop in osbinIn rWMr'rludl : .'r' S n .

man had landed a fish of unnatural Key Route System who lives on at 677 Jacksonville to be slicked up. After U\nl saris, "_. d ....."R.VaS rte r'. !: I J

proportions, proceeded their way giving West Evelenth St. Oakland Cal. completion] he was charged $2.50. A i$ ,:; \

no heed to the wails of their com- "I had the worst, sort of chronic indigestion price list on the wall made the services ', t ", ,

panion. As the distance between these. ," continued Mr. Curry "I rendered only $1.50. lie asked ItLee

men lengthened the voice of !Mr. Henley could hardly retain where the extra dollar came in,

became almost inaudible] and his stomach and had spells'a thing of belching on my "Well you see, the price for the hair Cords -Economy Tires 'j

companions feared the continual calls and nausea almost every meal and tonic alone i is 26 c'nh. as the list ,,

were significant and that something bad taste in my mouth nearly all the a says, but we charge 25 cents for rubbing

unusual had happened, BO they retrac.ed time. I was so badly constipated that it in," explained the barber. IU'I'= Leo Cord on your car. Forpot Lee Cord construction, the high/ f )f
their steps. Within a few J'But there is still 75 cents unaccounted
hundred 1 had to take laxative
a nearly every about it for five Fix of matt'rialft the hand work,
quality
yards of Mri': Henley they realized the day was troubled for, said the Starke man. or seven

fceriousness of the situation in which was so nervous a lot that with at lumbagoand night I "Well haven't I swung your chair thousand miles. Thru \vatrli it dourly. of skilled cord lire specialists pnu-ti-

their companion had been. A huge alligator would roll and tumble from one side around 75 times while working on Note how it continues to roll up mileage tally eliminate blowouts. Misters tread '

twelve or fourteen feet long, of the bed to the other without )'ou' Do you think you can have all how it and tidewalls internal "t'
was observed a few yards from Mr. ting get. that riding for nothing, eh'" Mays young keepspostponing r.<-|tarat ion. breaking.,:,
near
(enough sleep and when
Henley while the latter had found morning came I would be so tired I <. "' the need of a new .hoefri.tiun and the other usual tiro

temporary safety on a piling that was imply had to drag myself to work. HIS LAST SCRATCH Low it outrides and outlives any tiro trouble) ,3

ftanding a few feet above the water's "I began taking Tanlac] and will say you ever had.Keep When you begin using Lee Cord.*. .

-dpe. right; here it measures up to Saturday morning old Rand Albl'rt. 1

After securing clubs, his companions thing people say of it, for it has every put 'I who is the Telegraph's] metallurgist, close count on the mileage) de- you end tire waste Every mile bring. f

succeeded in driving the 'gatorto me back in as fine health as I ever I' was melting the linotype "slugs," or li\ered. Divide the price of the tire a saving ; }'cmon see the difference in a

a safe distance thus enabling] Mr. was. I eat anything set before mo I type from which the last number of liy the miles of eerxice. Let the tire- year. nut don't wait to have me show I

Henley to descend from his uncomfortable without the slightest bad after *:f.fects. : the paper had been printed. The type their .
j
he for future advantages.
,
position. cost-per'Inile your guide you (
I sleep like a log every night of the last page being the tabulated .

Realizing that alligators never at. and all my other troubles are gone. record of votes cast in Bradford county tire buying{ L .,. ;.

tack people Mr. Henley's friends were I t have more life and energy about me was wet and when a shovelful of 7lU .Cc 7.7u.r JJ t.d;'.. :.

non-plussed when they observed the than I have had in years' and can't it was dumped into the big pot con .

seriousness of the situation and could praise Tanlac enough for it is the taining melted metal the steam generated '.4

not account for the fiendish action of most dependable medicine I ever scattered the liquid metal about Griffin & Johns Starke Fla.

the 'gator until Mr. Henley had sufficiently heard of." the room. A piece about the size ofa ,

recovered from the chock of Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L. half dollar struck Rand in the ribs,

his experience to give a detailed account Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug and after he had grunted with pain a .-....

of what had actually happened. Co.; in Lake Butler by Tomlinson. few times he remarked: "Dem typses

He had been unusually successful in Maines Drug Co., and in Worthington oho' mus' n had old Mr. .attes name

catching a nice string of large mouth. by R. T. Taylor.-Adv. on 'em."

bass. Being robed in his bathing suit ;

he encountered difficulty in taking eyes of the peoplc"of character ,
assassination
care of his catch but LEkTresSmile
conceived the
of "the ;
people be damned.
idea of placing the fish The Commonest Generosity'
on a stringwhich The election has showed them thatthey '
he tied around his body Some mea are not only eager U KIT ,
permitting were all and The Tribune !
wrong,
the fish to swim the devil his due, but they intent on
at will]] behind "
him. The alligator would turn their eyes into their innermost adding u fat bonus It It tliv Lord I ..I
was attracted
by .
the fish and soul for reflection, for honest who usually finds collet-noun IJ .Ur_ I -
came up and taking hold
admission
for private acknowledgment Houston Post. "
of the entire tt
bunch
of fish started for of their I Miles
mistake, and for their at
deep water. Being shocked by the
rood. The Tribune would not go so
sudden attack it took Mr. Henley several -------------
far as to urge them to "eata bala hay"but
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:
pening.seconds to realize what was hap The Tribune does offer them consolation I property, real or .I"raonal. or mlel. as lI..d This May HI.I, mi, Quaeter, Ices 2 .0.... mild. Amanda C. Kin. tr
Recognizing the serious sit. ] in the shape of a hymn which kY (h. County T.x Aaaraaor for th* year luluairatnnt W. T. WEEKS: or nWllon 18. Mouth Half of Mouth Half I'fNnrtlii'nt E
nation in which he was placed he they "sing with the the vwnera or avrnla el nneb prep. Clerk Circuit Court Quarter/ of Hertlon 171 Foot Half (
may spirit and "**. C. A. KNIGHT if flection St. :
made superhuman efforts of Northe. Quarter/ "
to retard with the understanding also," in the Well C. A. ItODERTB.w. I 1 (Real.1)I') Deputy Clark.. Tim'' fullowlnil. divrrllied landn In TownanlpHoiilh : i
the 'gator in his progress, but onward quiet of their own stable. I Keep T. WEEKS: Chairman of toardClerk A. /. ADK1N8.Hnllcltur 8 llaiike SH Kant: : Hiintheant QuarU'r,
surely and swiftly he was going.In and Auditor IV for implalnnnt. ..(-1"'-. eneept. 10 ..... ....rrllMd' ... a strip 112 yards r'
the This hymn is famed as being the i i. broad from Rant: to Went acroMi Hoiithrrn part \ ,
struggle the 'gator bit the national song of all who see too late Do not allow the NOTHK OP APPLICATION Kill TAX HEk.L NUTlt.'IE OF HPHCIAL: MAHTKH'H HAI.B Iif. Hiiutbwent Quarter of Holltheant Quarter. : I ,

string to which the fish were attached hut they have grown long ears, and, food poisons of undigested UNIirK HFCTION 5711 OP 1HE I Notiee la herrliy. irlven that under find byauthority nnrl: a liarei'l Quarter or .lot ntarlintf in 8outlieant at' Houthwent Quarter:: : or-ofHoiithennt !,: .
thus '
releasing to accumulate in GENERAL .
Mr. STATUTE
who
Henley and In if that certain
I pumuancn' <
who tlienne Knet.: Ins ynriU, ID a slats. thetir :
rapidly made for the shore, but be. reluctantly admit to themselves I your bowels where they Notice In here*,* r.ven mm r, J. IVaree.purchaarr final di...eee "if r..I......*. and nnle, made nor North ni! yarrin. Ilirne West. IllS yards, Ihrne !.., .
fore shallow water reached the at last, that they have been trying to I are absorbed into your iif tan certificate No. 287. tinted and rendered. on th. Utitn day of May, A. I). Hutith. (12 ynrdn to, |ilnc, of Itearlnntntf. of 8ec- I'" "
was the 4Hi day lit July A. I). JHUH. haa filed 1KVO. in and liy the Circuit Court of Alnrhuar.iiinly.
eat thistles. It is called the National system. Indigestioncon tins II.
j jIlia
alligator having disposed of the fish a"IlIntl..n for tax deed to Inau In areordnnc In th. Klvhth Juillrlal Circuit ..f following divrrllH'd. landn. li Titwnnhlo
renewed the attack. Hymn of Siam. And inasmuch as it I stipation headache bad wit'i, A. Raid ccrtlllcat erjbracea tie Florida, In chancery. In that certain aun. Hi "h Itanve 2H Kant South Half of
Mr. Henley succeeded jll remarkably applicable to the av I blood and numerous .afd certificate In my offie, and ha niactofollowlnc therein |H.ndititr wherein the I'enlnnular NavalHtorea North Half of. Houlhi'aMt' C),..".... Bnntheant I""i
in reaching a piling which he other troubles bound dencrllied altuated In Hrad- in are proiierty. Qilnrtir. .., Mo ,,l 1..1 'I".",.'. I. .. ft ncrea. In
scaled and erage man the United States, it isappropriately to follow. Ford County r'lorlda. towittRouthwent and A. A. Mrl<... and M. F. MrKae. ofBiiuthwent ; .
rapidly on which he found Keep your Hiiutliwrnt i<*ri r and Mouthwenl' Quarter
] sung to the tune of"America" I system clean as thousands Quarter/ of Northwert Quarter.Section . bin wife, The First Nallunal. (Hank of I 0111111,1' fiT Hiiulhwrnt, tl".'',>.. ((1.14 t 1"1"I' "
safety until his companions came to 12, p. 5. K. 22., 40 acre. <.ulni.ivllle, a Corporation., W. L* Ttanham.. Mcrea In BtMitlii.rn ,pnrt.. of Kerllon. 11 I fioulh.enMl t :
his rescue and succeeded in driving I of others do by The >nid land I.'Ina aneenned al the dm of theiMHuane a Trunte. In llankruptcy of the Plate: of Quarter of Northi'niil (Junrtir.. HouttiwentQunrtrr I I' ,
the 'gator Let those candidates who thought taking an occasional dose if aurh r4>rtiflral. In the nan* ofCliin. A A. Mrltao, bankrupt. VlmlnlaCarollnahemical of Northeant Quarter ... '4 acre. ,la !i ,,
away. of the old. reliable IUilx.rU A Co. llnliwi aid ccrtlflratr < 4'ompany a (.orlMiratlon.' L'. w.I'.rll..a ,
vegetable Hitithwi US .In Houthern
they: could spit in the face of the press family liver medi- hall .IMF red....mcd according-. .law, tan deed, Company, A Conioratlfin. ItianlcyflMW of NortlieaNt corner Quarter. acre of *Houlheant 'Quarter part, '

A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY and win out on anything, take this cine. will Iniuc men on. on the 12th day of July Company, a C:irMrMtliin| frank K. North Half. of Hoiithrant Quarter, of n..ulhrantQuarter. :
Wood (hnnpuny, CorfNiratlon Ktclilnon: Hat '
A. I) 1W20. a
THE DEPARTED song and sing it to themselves in the 1 Wit my Mind ftlirnatur and Vfal thia. ('.ilnpany, a Cri H..U..n. llnton F.: Allen, anenecutnr of. 11 Nurlliweet arn. In Northern Quarter t of anil RouthnaatQtiartir. Ranternliartn I I I' ,

privacy of their closet] to the tune of"America" Thedford'sBlackDraught the Mth day of Juno, A. D. lUilO. of the Kutate.: of M. A. Kaker, decenned North llnlf of HiiuthraNt Quarter of ,

There i is It will have a most salu- W. T. WBEKS William .II. TatU'riMin, Alexander J. I Muut, ,lw..l Qunrler all helmr In Hertlon Ali I I"
in the .
mourning .
land .
over Clerk Circuit Court llradford County, Fla.lly ''''''' and William' J Ni'lnon, copHrtnem
Hertlon of
| V of Northwent Quarter
the defeat of our worthy governor. tory effect: C. A. KNIGHT. doltiff: bunlnean' an N.: R. Turnenttn' Cup I}i 1 11..1.bw.'.' Quarter,7l Routlu'mit. Qu..r 'I I( '
11-ftt--r.il s, IrVall, Deputy Cl rk.NflTK <'onipany llnneork. llrolhen Coioiiany, a i irIKtration I' ,
And it is not confined to his immediate "Ova tannus Slam ... ..... Quarter.. Went llnlf. of Northrant "
I.. J. .
Taylor Company,
IVirporaIon. :|I (' ..Houthwent' of Mention .A.Afiil .
"' Quarter
'
Geeva Tannas Siam '
who would ( !" M. llurratiee, Admlnlntrat. ad
family naturally havea aa .. .
.1" North Half of Illork II of th town .
Ova tannus! E OF FINAL wfaCltH(.F hteni of tie rtetat: of William (,. l Ihvis. ,.1.i i *
feeling of regret over the disappearance Nr' >ltr. U hcrclry. rlvtn that, .lx** don from award. I.Ida A. Ilavln, Jan Hall I'liK.cl' and. !I I'if Oruuire Hi-iirhtn. Inc plat recorded In flat
of those comfortable salaries Sucha tammas Siam the flrxt' Mihllcallon livrraf. I wl nucnl bIn her hiieliand' J. A, I'-ltMid. Susan Lnveti-na and 'I I llmik A, paw 9 nubile records, Alaflhua noun. -

which the state of Florida has been Sucha grayer Siam ('.>un'" Ju
  • * ,.Bradford f......I". KVrliln. her hunband. J. K. IrfivelenM, Helen J. .... and 'I tr. l-'lorld 1"1 t h '
    Mrs.\ W. F. Pickle of my final ncwunta. and vourh*>ni of thmlAlr her husband It. Ij, F"., rinrenc A, llnwt-- 1 Tin, f"Ilnwlor! iti'ncrllMil tiemonal properly
    thrusting upon him and his'n in return Onuchn nas Siam I Rising Tawn.Oa., writes: of I). 1:. Unit lab- of Krartfont ........ ,Inn and tier huMiand.. C.: K: hawk bn. l.lllle I III shoat. at nod "one and. Inlfly lined. liimn, and t ',
    for his benevolence in comingover Oxucha nasa!" "We have used Thed.ford' ty. d,"',!"...,!. and ai">|>ly for the approval of Willi..",. and tier hunband J. I. Wllllanm, 'n i. i.oertliin with the turpentine, place he
    aamn and. fur my Anal d".h." .... aa such ad Alubeun. M. .....1.. Krnent: I I', llnvln. W. ('I".." liitivlnii. '" A A. Mrltn( "rid. William 0.! ne via i
    from Alabama and showing us -Tampa Tribune. Black-Draught as mlnlHtrator.Th Ilnvln, and Chnrlc. llarnaril Davln, am. lie.. 1 Ifendnntn I Hi OrHfitfi' Ilitlr/lttn: In Alnehua, County, rlnrlila. ; '
    how to run things in the latest and --- I a family medicine. My llth day .> u J1I20. : lo-wlt; fine: -bnrrel tiiriH'ntln mill 'T
    rO rr.I
    NEGROES: ALLOWED; TO JOIN mother-in-law could not 8. HAI.UAdmlnldtrator I I. t;. G. 11..1.... aa rlrieelat Manler. an such and Pall,, 1 Hi'lHineld, pump and boiler : tvine t '
    most Nor it all
    approved style. does take calomel as it seemedtoo of tic' I.lsU.; p..II.. K. Hall lli for such i purinwe| In and liy, th* said Final njcil: kettle and. Duturen ; 1 spirit." alwdl\
    LABOR UNIONS ........ &1.11.1'C.JtIlFK '' 5 InlMirern', nhantlen, 1 shun and hal
    come from those backwood coutivs of strong for her, so she '' Decree appiilnU'd., shall. offer for ...1. at liublle 13 ennper I II
    Florida where the grateful "Crackers"have used ; outcry, arid. shall. nell to the bII, ...t and barn tot and ntablr. 2 dwelling hnuneai r
    Illatk.raugtltasamild
    I commissary build, ntoek and flnturentIflW ,
    I teat bidder. for east, In front of nil ,
    th door of
    made him a leading/!: member of Montreal, June 10.-The American laxative and liver FOR rtillt.lhATICINIn Ktffhth th* courtlioun of Alachua County,* rlorlda, (inn turorlillne, "''II'.. with irullern. : fl hiaek :dmare
    Flat of
    Circuit Oturt.: rlorlda. i
    that famous triology of Sears-Roe Federation of Labor in annual convention regulator. . We use It Judicial Circuit. Ilradford County. In Clian- In the, city of ialnevtlle; on Monday, the mules, named Kate. Mary and Maud I aN
    in the and believe fifth day of July, A, I). I gray mare fnulii. named Piracy : I brown
    family 1020 between th*
    buck Jesus Christ J. here today wip'd out the "colorline" err?. ,
    and
    Sidney hour. of 11 rim o'clock. In tb,. forenoon and man mule named l.ury I 4-mule noon andImrneitH ;
    la the
    it best medicine for .
    L, K. NETTI.K8.Complainant.
    Catts. ] and warned its affiliated unions Z ,MM) o'rlwkn/ the afternuon, the fiillowlnic 40 dip barrnlat. alt materlaln. tonic .
    I the liver made. Try it. deMerllied iroMrty, to-wlt nrnl. pIII,.11.'. on band at old. plnee on. ....wll.
    No,. the mournful dirge emanates that negro workers must be given full Insist on the cenuine; vs I I1l The' fidlowltiK| dmiirllied :land In To"' n.hlriM Oi'tiiber ID. 1V1N 'Inaludlnv spirit barreln. Kill'*.

    from Orlando that beautiful Queenof and equal membership with white Thedford's. 23c: a nack- NARY" NETTLESIMfendant Mouth. Itanir I'll rji.t: : Fat: Half ofFbiutheaet fatting,. staves h....",... hiMip-lron' dlp-burk. .
    . .
    el hack and the like.
    pullers
    Central Florida cities and the Re. lI e. E.75 aii|.*arlnK liy affidavit apM>ndi>d to thr (Quarter of ftoulhwent' Cliiarter, Kant: ,1, 7'he fiilliiwlntf diMirrltied.
    Half of Northeaat Quarter if Houthrant 'fiernonnl |irfiHirfyaltuute |
    < Quarter
    men.The aliov MtHted that Mary
    bill cord In tie
    porter-Star is the mourner in chief. It federation's action came after NvttlM., the defendant there. cauiMr In named iarenldrnt a ..Heetlon V Houthwent Quarter of HiMitnwent at and near and lately being wed
    devotes two full columns on its edi- the end of a stormy session which I . of the Plato of r'lorlda.. and noneeaUherwlf Quarter/ of Southwest Quarter/ of II..... I I', iirwm pace spot iHilnliiflnu,, In ciinniietliin A.with th. tunientlo'
    I Linn u.; Nitrthwent Quarter of ftouthwentQuarter Io A. Mrllnit' soul William
    torial page, surrounds them with .a nearly resulted in "race war" be. niton.o that her iirneenn and I. of over auhnnena the awe cannot of 1wentyin0 uoerved enreptlnir 2 acre, more or has, ly* f;. Pavln at 11" ,klyn, In Clay ouot'y.
    heavy black its I Inir. South of a lake and Flint of fliirlda., to-wltt, On 20-barrel turpentln ,
    whi're
    border and sings and It to therefor ordered that ...Muc'n."nl the '
    Southern delegates *
    tween negroes yeam ; '
    ........ atlll. and flxturen. I ,
    Habitual Constipation Cured . defendant tie and la hereby. r#> high water e. the dlvlillnii line of Northwent : eooiier nhnp soil twila t
    mournful requiem in these words : Rejecting I nplrlln, and clue nbed, with ,.
    and their sympathizers. kettle and future
    Quarter of Southwest Quarter and, Mouth
    In 14 to :21 Days iulred to appear to th. lilll of flomplalnt Clod I : : it' <
    recommendation of its organization fith West Quarter of Houthwent Quarter and t aorenmore 40 dip barrel ; I red mule named Itedt
    the
    In laid befur Monday,
    IN caiuw on or
    MEMORY OF CATTS AND HIS the first "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a .pC'Clally. day of July, A. n. 1U20. otherwla th* allirellmn .- or .has oommenelna at HW ..... of Mouth J black. mule named rieome; 1 dark bay
    for rA
    KITTENSThe committee the federation prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual went Quarter of Northwest Quarts. mss mriile named Kite I mar named
    of said bill will h* Uhen aa confeea- run : n.d :
    time in its history threatened the autonomy Constipation. It relieves promptly but .d by laid defendant. I thence North II* feet then. Kant; to water Silver. f>n o 2-horn. ... harnean t 1
    race of Catts is nearly run. of :iak., then* Southerly with .".nll.. I ooinmlanary, ntoek.. and flntureal '
    water of aid
    ordered that thin order IM
    It further
    in un.IIMied
    of an affiliated union by requesting should be taken regularly for U to 21 days l luke t4, lin dlvldlnir rthwet I ".'... lilt. and' atahlen' 7fi,000 turrientlnaCIJIM.
    of
    .. Quarter
    Meow. week "
    utlv i
    week for four
    the brotherhood of railway to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and In the one llradford a County Telea-raph.onae a* nwamper Southwest Quarter and. Koulhweat Quart. of . with "....... : On. It-horn. nteam pump ') ,
    The reign of Catts will soon be done. clerks to give negro: freight handlers] Regulates. Very Heaaant to Takes BIk.IICI' | publinbed. In said county and stall Northweat Quarter, thence Weat to point of anil holler I dwelllnir houn. ; I addle and "' .
    Meow.. bottle Thin Jun. grd. 1020. bea-lnnlna all that certain parcel, of land i ly hrldie all spirit barrel. i/lue. halting, headInir .. i';
    express and station employee full W. T. WEEKS.: InnMouth and Went of the (I. M. K Hallway, ntavi. hoop-Iron dip' b..k.la. harks.
    The
    (gall\ of Catts and Catts' son, membership and eliminate from their Clark Clrault Court same 1..10. the flouthwent ...fU., of H.ulh.weat a.... bnen, pullers and other turpentln took.mnter'aln 1
    Is equal to a czar or nun. PETITION MIR AN ELECTION Ky C A. KNIGHT, Quarter of Northeant 1.//........, of H...i.. or nupfillen: on hnnd at said plaeaon It
    :
    Meow. constitution the words "white only. W. Chip undi-niirned.' hereby petition the I Ifleal" Deputy Clerk.A. firm JH. r.ut Half of Biiiitheant Quart. lo-wll. Oebilier llth, ISIS r rAnd
    It was adopted by an overwhelming Honorable. Kuan of Public. Instruction/ of / APKINB. Houtheant Quarter/ of Northeanl. Uunru. 1.! aha ....h and every the I.....*, with ':
    They've had their day and had their llradfnrd County. Florida, for an election tobe Solicitor for Complainant S4ta7 S! aerea In Northeant corner of Section 141 .11 rli/htn and Interenta thereunder. denerlbed. r
    fun. -ote. held at .....n..n school boon on Haturdny North Half of Southeast Quarter of _lion and. an diwcrllieil In the said Final Tlecre .
    .-- July IT. 1(20 to decide whether a nub-nrhofil 1H. and In the nrirloal Hill of Complaint In pall .
    Meow. diHtrlet nhnl) b* entabllahed. to b* formed of NOTK'R TO III.HTORB AND KEDITORS: The followina, dencrllied land In Township cause,
    But better sense and judgment won. LETTER FROM CANAL ZONE the followlnir territory and to h* known anBrannen All '......n. IniMited.. to the estate of Mr A Month Kanue 2X Kant: Commence HO feet r.. fl. BAXTKRi: j
    Kiib-nehool. Iil.trict No. ___. to wttlHertlon Julia A. Walnrla-ht lit* of llrailford oountj.Florida. North tt d...... Writ and DO feet Mouth, A* Special M.....
    Meow.A C. Z. II. Tp. II Routh Ran.. 1* E. : flee- dereand, ar renueaUd to l>ay their .H iMirreen Went of center. lip of H. A. U CHARM1: ) COOK IIOWRLI.: 1
    vote for Catts ain't worth a bun, Ft. Amador Panama t....". ft. a. 17 and ID. Tp. S B.. Ran.. 20 K. aid debt. forthwith and all lemons having Kallroad track said corner .lielnir the North Jaekunnvlll. Pla. '
    May 30, 1920. Ala that the' followina- be appointed m.n..... claim aitainnt said entry shall.. file! th* same cast corner of Caivar Kadillnli'c. land an r..-1!I.o.t Solicitor, for Complainant.; S-R-Dt-T-l !
    Meow. Telegraph Please allow me at th* pod election tn-wlf J. 1* Varnea, duly authenticated with the underalirned. Admlnlntiator . In Deed link 20. J..,. tan, Alanhuacounty '
    And ballot boxes beat a gun. Editor Mnittnim' Miior, K P. Kerns within one year hereof or they I Florida' run t..*.... .South flR d......... NOTicr or FINAL DISCHARGE:
    Meow. space in your valuable paper to let the "', f. Krre. J. N. Moor. M. L Addl..a.J. will .h* forever .barred. I Went; Ifmo feet, theno* North 22 deamea Weat2II7.R Two miintha after dnt hereof
    folks in Bradford county hear from a R. Dnwllnir. J. F. I>yen, K. R. Taylor.J. This' 4th day of Jun. 121) feet, thenc North 5a delrreea Rant 1060. vouehern' and final* I will prenentmy .
    .
    J. r. KICKI.ITOK.4OtTaO. ; I account to Ih.t. Only this Not his in K. V..... petltlonern.l"M17H feet thenc Mouth 22 derreen Kant: SOLE feet and nothing more. Bradford boy, who i is doing bit ( Administrator.OKTIKIi to hrirlnnlnic' : Commence II chain. 14 links County. Florida, llradfnrd {<
    and ank to he '
    another word to mar the solemnity of the army. NOTICE OF r.UCTinN: wool of the half" mil. pont on Mouth Ixiun of th. entnt of D.dlni-liarireil E. ..naailmlnlntrator 'r
    By the vented In them bv the Bchool : rim M/HLICATION line of Heetlon 7. Hall -
    the tribute. be more o'n the Pacific coast rower spy Township t Mouth penned. .
    Could anything I am stationed law of th'* Htat of Florida, the Board of In Crcult Court Htat of Florida, F.iKhth: San. 22 Kant: Arvednndo. (Irant run (henna Thin/ .
    touching 7 Tampa Times. at the end of the Panama canal This 1'ublle Inntructlnn of Bradford County hereby Judicial Circuit Bradford County In Chan. North 22.* de...... Went I ehalna, "II llnkato th Huh play of Mny,S.19fl.D /I
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    We have all kinds of order, an election to .be held In John. eery the Initial point, then. Rant 1.16 chain Aitmlnlnlrntor iif I.r., l
    In a fine place. town Hpeclnl Hub School Dnltrlrt. Salard.LJuly flFIOWCA: : "".I.IA RO. to a slake. thenc North t> I dwreen Want I_... th. Bntat of n R.. Rail
    SING, YE DISCONSOLATE! athletic games in the afternoons and t7 ID.'O. for th* purpoae of _ threetruMtee Complainant. ft 40 shah to a ...k.. then. Want 1.11 .d. B-l| |>l7ll.NOTICB .

    in the mornings/!: we drill a couple of end to dinermin th.. amount of mU.I. vaC I ehalna to a stake thene South 22.* do.,...
    < I.... to h* __d. H HII.1,1 A HI), Knit fl 40 nhalnn to beirlnnlnir both of said orIIv r.UC'TION
    No hymn of hate have we to sing; hours with a 12inchgun, and the For the purl.... of holdinn, th* said election Defendant.' tract lint In Merlin, : 1. Motitheant" luarter the power vented In them by th. School.
    father and work l Is eaxy. th* followlnir manajrera have hen ap.imlnted It appmmnaby affidavit appended in the of Huuthwenl Quarter/ South Half of Houth- f of the Blnle of Florida 1
    two the
    would we bring a cheer January In this : Henry Vamp.. W. M. Vnmen, O. bill filed In the ."' ... Mated cam that C II ...t Quarter, and, ntartlnpr at Houtheant. sonnet I'-ibllc Instruction. nf Hraiirord Hoard of.. 1
    mile to aid the comfortless. There I Joined the army It Gordon. Milliard the nVfendant therein. named I la a ..f Heetlon I*, run North .'..n. Rant oriler. an eleetltin to h held County In herhy
    was who year and have put in nearly four U C. POWeLL renldent of the State of Florida. and .<,!>. lioumlary lln. of the action 10 ..10.1... to Hnecial Hub Hrhool IHntrlct lAwtey .
    once old minister on Saturday Jun.
    an .Scotch ,
    I like this life better every Chairman Hoard PUbllo InrUurtion, Bradford oeala hlmnelf ao that prneeM of ftuhpoena cannot Hontheant corner of the lot. then. 'Went IDth. 1020 for the nf (
    after preaching "The sheep and months. County Florida.Altent be "'rY." upon him and la over th* ay. parallel with Houth boundary of the Section .'''.1..... and to determine. pnrpoae the elertlnathree.
    the goats closed his sermon by urjr'B !- day. Uncle Sam treats his boys well ; : of ....nt"..>n* yon ; It In therefor ordered 1 chain, *".* |Inks to Hoiithwent rorner of the i1 .h* ........d. amount of miltpr
    ,
    he gives them $::10 a month all the B.: H. I'OI'f'ELL. that aid non-aldent" defendant be and kt thenc North parallel with Kant: boundary r'or the pnn>on. of hnlillnit the paid .l. .
    every member of the congregnn Co. Bupt. and s.c.'". .-l'-/61.15)! hereby required. to appear to th. bill of earnplnint of the Mouton, 19 ehalna t/ Northwnnlcorner r, the following. c.tli
    : clothes they can wear good/: food and flied, In said .befor Mon thenc manaiiern have best ar,
    to "gae name to yer closet and cave on or Kant: parallel with South .bound. .In'.d'| W. f'. flndwln. T J. .
    Terry
    and A.
    NOTICE .
    Shut this place to sleep. The army is a good | day. th. nth day of July. A n. 1920 otlierwin are of the _U..n. 1 chain *M.* links to II n.I.".
    the door, and ask oursel' a who has The fhmrd of County Commlnnionera of j the nlleratlon of said bill will b* taken Nurtbi-ant corner thence South alonit Kant
    J'lMtionAm I a goat: "'. Therev place for any young man a Hradford County, Fk>rlda, will m..t at the I aa onfenaed by said defendant. Imundary. of the """ "..n. I III ehalna, .Leek. to Chairman tl..ard Puhle le.irurtitradford!!:
    v who roving: mind. When younger! I always eoort home In the Clerk'n 0"..... Monday It In further ordered that thin order he ptjlillnhfii '- 8outha corner of the kit. containing' n eounly.* FlnrldaAttest .
    those in the late campaign\ I old enough I July 6. 1920. a* a board of diuallnern. $ forth onre a week for four cnnneeutlv WIM| ...... all hems, In "Section It : Booth Half .
    'ea-hfda doctrine of "down with the raid that when got purnon of raring mplatnla and r- 'In tt, ftrad'tir.f' County Telegraph I a nw. of Northwest Quarter Southeast Quanr/ of r.: R I'or-i'ELL.

    FTCof "discredit the press !In the' should] make the army my home, and oelvinff tnntimony an to the valu of any "lR' pea Jiano pin "I p.q"ll'lnll .0114 Ki a.,ith>.-. Ci.iarier. - -North Half. of Houtnwrt Co. *uit. and 8ec->. 5.;1.61.6.15




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    FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1920.
    BRADFORD 6OUNTT fELECRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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    :1i} P: 1 Bradford 'County; TelegraphS week.R.been. .D.spending Rawley several, of Green] days Cove in ,townthis has visitor to C.Worthington M.here Andrcu Friday.was Monday.a business' visitor I,I it last Eldon relatives week Baxter here with, of his Dunnellon parents., spent I A. D. ANDREWS

    i u Mrs. R. J. Andrews spent Sunday I, Mr. Brown, of Dunnellon, and Dog-
    -week. I
    S I w..Li-and-"DfuNl-a see. Rev. Mullady filled his appointmentat with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Willis | an Nabb of Sampson, were in here
    i I ..' at Measrs. Seeber Edwards and Clayton Saturday, r wwMlry COMPANY
    l d! I end claim matter at the Pf. -offic. the Christian church, Starke, Sun-
    Scarborough were visitors to Miss Eunice Hazen J left Sunday for I
    ! ; Florida. and evening.
    rUaj-Ue. morning
    day is Worthington Monday. | Gainesville, where she will attend the
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    I'i il Miiis Daisy Moore, of Theressa,
    l "'u.I = with her aunt,i Mrs. A. B. Surrency and daughter! normal.
    .I f, Irk i .... R. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. spending Mrs II. U.this Weest.week !' Rosa, attended church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Lacy Dubose of Dukes 1 Raiford, Fla.
    Mrs. W. H. Harrell were attended church here Sunday.
    Mr. and
    I.. who baa been"
    I' I'Ii Mr. J. J. Brannen, .Mv
    ;. I An average sized apple' now costa on the sick list for six weeks has guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ed'A'ardal Mr. and Mrs Harvey Warren, ofZift' I sr I Submits the
    .{ I tight, cents. Same price for an oranfre. many friends who are glad to know Sunday. I II were here Monday I following
    Blackberries be had for I :Mr. and Mrs C. M. Andreu were Miss Edna Baxter entertained a !
    I can
    that her health is improving I for
    'p"ti t" the picking, no wo should worry. Dr. liiggs, of Starke, has been attending I visitors to Brooker Saturday. I number of her friekds. Wednesday Different Colors of PaperMany prices your consid
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    j in Dr. Willie Clemona, of Jacksonville, night with a social. Quite a crowd eration.
    to professional business buunes.mee have system of using I
    >1 , Now let politic; rest for a while and I Hampton. I,I' passed through our section Saturday. was present and all reported a nice different colorioi paper lor different printed I I -
    $ I discuss ways and moans for proirrcM Mrs Josephine Sullivan, who has Clarence Staff was a caller in I time.Elice forms the dwtinguithing each form by
    I in the towns and villepres and on the I been visiting friends and relatives in I'I Brooker Sunday. demons, of Wauchula, was iU color. Grits Moth and private her home here Arthur Edwards made a buimess in town Tuesday afternoon. for ,usingSDM3 *pO. O
    fp d farmB. comnjuniticg "Waldo returned to on I We can work this system out you Per bag
    individuals can better th..mK'lveaI Saturday evening. trip to Miller Saturday.T. Mrs Charlie Litchfield, of Clayno,
    very much if they try. Let improvement Perman Roberts of Graham, was I I II. Rimes and sons, J. D. and was in town shopping Monday. 1CJIS I : 34..1( Meal C
    be thoroughly talked over but transacting business here Saturday. I IMr. Wilbur, were business visitors in our Mrs. L. W. Sowell spent Friday at .25
    , talk alone will not accomplish any. .. Matt Hall, of Theresna'was n, thing.y chopping here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams at- ham. find that it saves you time and money. '
    Rev Armstrong, of Lake Butler, tended church here Monday night.Mrs Fred Hazen motored to Gainesville Let us show you the advantage ol standardizing Coffee QC
    The rerwacola Journal nays that a filled his appointment at the Baptist \|I W. H. llarrell was shopping Sunday morning your paper and your printing. Per Pound .fciOC
    '" in Worthington Monday. Mr. Mrs. Price and
    and Murphy
    woman, like a barn door, looks b'ttcr church Sunday '
    ! t. when painted. Oh, brother, how Miss Ditmarr arrived here Sunday. J. W. Cannon and daughters Lillie, the Misses Price of Starke, and Eld- SEEDS FOR FLORIDA Real Good Green 30e

    ,'f fan you? But then an editor may be She was sent out by the Baptist Sun- I I Alice and Sallie, of Worthington, attended on Baxter, of Dunnellon, motored to Oldest Established Seed House in Stale Coffee per pound
    church here Graham
    Sunday.A Tuesday afternoon
    excused for such blanphemoun uttirncett. day School Board to give instructions
    I The women who enter hla In B. Y. P. U. and Sunday school chicken pilau was very much to- Messrs. H. C. Surrency and L. Send for Catalogue and Free Price List

    ,p sanctum generally have a grudge work. She has. organized a class with joyed Friday night at the home of' Brown motored to Graham A'j E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. Bacon 25c
    against him, or expert to have one ont which she met in the afternoons and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harrell, given I, afternoon. Per pound
    leaving, and therefore do not look evenings. She left Wednesday for in honor of their niece Miss Minnie Mr. and Mrs Alton Jones were in JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
    "' I their best Waldo, where she will organize a Lee demons. A large crowd was on town Monday morning.L. Lard
    class in the same kind of work. Miss hand(l: and reported a nice time. A. Brown motored to Worthington NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE Per. pound 27c
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    'Ii" .,. The American Confederation or La- Ditmarr will return to Hampton Sun- Saturday morning and while there from.Not Ire the flrnt In hrrrbsr publication. given hereof that I ixty will dais piwMnt .

    .I: her in convention at Montreal, have day and continue her work till Tues BROOKER put in a Brooker telephone at the to the County Judit. of Bradford .County. Shorts
    4' decided to five the colored union man Roberts cash store Florid. my final mxounui and voucher of 3.75 & $4
    Bradford
    " the dame ghowing a* the white man. day.Mrs.. J. C. Terrell and children, ofJasper Brooker, June 18.-Mrs. D. 'W.; Ha- Elma Shaw was'on the sick list count the estate. _of...J......W.and Norman apply foT late"1he of approval Per bag _

    t, :'I l That In, the majority, who are of were visiting in Hampton thlawe..k. zen and children, Eunce and Fred, motored part, of the week. of same and.for. my Anal dlicharpe. *a> >uchartminlKtrator. 1-2 bbl. Flour
    .. I Northern origin, have BO decided. The They resided at Hampton for to Gainesville Wednesday J. C. Cone spent part of last weekin This, lath day of June, 1920. : T 7CC
    .t Southern memberi are willing to have a number of years and were greeted Rev, Ridenour, of Gainesville filled Lawtcy.P. J. E. NORMAN in wood / / O
    4'1" his regular appointment here Sunday.Mr. . A. Crosby the sick list Administrator of the Estate. of J. W. Nor.man
    v:, "a niRKer in the wood pile but not by many friends was on drceawd 6-18-Dt-H-lO
    ... I in their councils, and we may expect Jesse Ogden of Graham, was trans I and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, last week. Plain and Self-rising whole
    a split in the rank acting business in Hampton Monday. Reggie, and Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Elder Hayes, of Gainesville will fill NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO APPLY FOR Barrel Flour
    "It I Price in Starke. ADOPTION OF MINOR CHILDREN I
    spent Sunday his regular appointment here Saturday 15.00
    L S. It. Johns, of Starke, was in Notice in herfby riven that on Turanny.
    I The national agricultural department Hampton Monday. L. W. Sowell and Lewis Shriver and Sunday the 20th.dsy of July, A. D. 11120 the undersigned in wood
    has had ita appropriation for Miss Alma Dyal will leave this spent Wednesday in Gainesville.Roy There will be services next Sunday will mate application by petition to
    the Honorable J. T. Will. Judge of the
    t. ; next your cut short nix million dollars week for Bloomfield: N. J., where she Roberts was in town Tuesday. night at the home of Steve Hague on };,,,hth Judicial, Circuit of Florida for an or.dcr We buy our Flour direct
    '}l of iU estimated needs. The appropriation will spend a while with her brother, I Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Johns and son, account of his illness. Mr. Hague has adnptlnir Alonao Philliua and Annie. May
    may.... enough to pursue LeRoy Dyal. of New River, were in town Tuesday been in ill health for some time and Phillip*. effined.minor. and holes children of the of late Fronie Percy Moody Phillip , from the Mills and can

    ''l Jl the really beneficial work of the department Miss Emma Futch, of Hampton left I afternoon. has been unable to attend his) church. of New River, Bradford County, Florida. The save you Moneyon it. We
    the rest we can do with. Monday for Gainesville where she Mrs John Shriver and son, Lewis, Rev. N. '1'. King:, of New River, will d..n.undi-ralirned. belnir the uncle of the aaid chil-
    out. Millions are yearly being spent will attend the teachers training class .' motored to Starke Monday afternoon conduct this service and everybody eOB-ftt-7-U. C. M. PHILLIPS are looking for a fresh

    tt by it for tomfoolery, of no use to anybody The people of Hampton were made Mrs. Ticrcy Roberts spent part of cordially invited to attend this ser- shipment every day.
    j except to those who get fat jobs last week with relatives of near
    sad Sunday when it was learned that vice.Miss
    p n currying it out the Death Angel had taken Mrs. Ad- I I Starke. Laura Lewis was on the sick The Peoples Groceryat
    The Misses Price, of Starke visited list last week Canvas Horse
    I
    die Willis, of Jacksonville, and the 1 00
    I r'' l I llrooknville {is evidently the place remains were being sent home for in- :! their brother, Murphy Price. here Allen Green, of Pine Hill was inhere the Depot offer to the public Collars up

    where Jonah's gourd vine und Jack's terment. She spent her girlhood days last v 'tk. Tuesday morning. next Saturday, June 19, Groceries :: .
    I bean stalk grew. This we infer from at Hampton and her kind, loving disposition -i P. M. Barefoot spent the weekendin Ben Crosby spent the week-end Plow Lines
    I at the following prices 65c
    1 i I' a laconic statement in the Brook- won many friends. for her Plant City. here : Per Set
    t LMt yule Star: here as well as elsewhere. The remains Willie Johns. of Hampton pasM.dthrough R. B. Thomas spent. Sunday in Best Lard, per Ib u.__....____ 28
    : The town lot produces weeds so tall were placed in Hampton cemetery here Monday enroute to Ala- Hampton./ Eastern Bellies, Ib _____u..__ .25
    j l You can scarcely sec the City Hall; beside her husband who preceded chua. E. J. Wood and E. T. Stewart, of Hudnuts! Grits, Ib --------------5% We have a litte Sugar on

    In fact they are so very rank her a few years. She leaves to Mra. J. E. demons, of Tine Hill Willeford, spent the week-end here Juliette Meal, lb _..__...-..__ .5% hand and going to do
    + ( , i We will noon not see the water tank. mourn her loss a mother and sister, was in'our town Saturday. with their families. Coffee, Silver Brand, Ib ..__.___ .36 are
    I i, And yet the weeds are uncultivated. Mrs George Reddish and Miss Lola Mensrs. G. B. Colson L. W. Sowell J. E. demons and son. Alvin and Coffee, good green, Ib ___._... .27 our best to keep a supplyfor
    Think of what sky scraping height the Reddish, both of Jacksonville. They and Hubert Rouse motored to Gainesville Math Surrency, of Pine Hill, were in Sugar fine irran. Ib ___________.24%
    I I corn and cane must attain. have our sympathy. Monday afternoon our town Sunday afternoon Rice,, large whole head, Ib ____ .14 our customers at as

    --. Mary Shaw, of Gainesville, spent A. B. Surrency, of Pine Hill, was Beans large navy, Ib ._._____.12% low a price as possible.We .
    i The poHtoflice department in Wash BRADFORD last week here with friends. in our town Tuesday morning. Beans, large lima, Ib _......,. .14
    II. i ington in in a quandary about whether Rosa Surrency, of Pine Hill was in Curtis Melvin spent part of last Salmon, large Alaska Pink, can.. .24 will' buy your Lard,

    II i or not to allow children to be Kent Bradford June 18. Rev. T. J. town Saturday afternoon. week in Plant City. Corn, Maryland Sweet, can ._.. .16 Bacon, Potatoes,:Chickens,
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    ;i by mail, all many inquiries about this Barnes filled, hs appointment Saturday Chester Andreu, of New River<< was Revival services will begin at the Crisco, lb. can _.,...--.--__? .35
    l I' ; matter have been received lately. and a visitor here Sunday. Free Will Baptist church next Toes- Crisco, 9 lb cans .............. 8.15 eggs or any other Country
    I Don't let 'em do it, Mr. (Postmaster Sunday. Marvin and Lucian Hazen left Sat. day evening and will continue for Octagon Soap, 3 bars .......... .25 produce have and
    , General. If you do, next thing sheriffs Messrs. C. W. and Seeber Edwardswere urday for Gainesville where they will several day Rev. J. A. Blanton, of Tobacco, Brown Mule, 2 plugs.. .50 you may
    I J : will want to send prisoners to visitors to Providence Tuesday. attend the normal. Surrency, Ga., will conduct these series Tobacco Apple Bun cured 2 plugs .55 pay the highest prices.
    I I penitentiaries by mail and you will J. V. Edwards is on the sick list Ella Mae Hazen Is spending this of meetings and the public gener-' Carnation Milk, large size __.. .18
    1 have to provide iron cages, which take this week. week inlGainesville.Mri. I ally is invited to attend these meetings Carnation, email, 3 cans ...... .24 We have B. A. Thomas
    I\i" time to handle. The mails are too Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Bun- Gainey is spending this week / .
    .. I Washing Powder, 6 pkgs: for ___ .25 Hog Powders and Pratte
    I. +( slow Kg it la.I' nell were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. with her son, E. S. Gainey of La- R. A. Weeks was transacting business Snuff, 3 boxes for ..__...._... .25
    I G. Hayes Monday. Crotme. in Starke Friday. Tomatoes, 2 cans, No. 2's ___.__ .28 Hog Powders, all kinds of
    : Palm Beach has a very live post of Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Newsom! and Walter Weeks, of LaCrosse, was In Mary Shaw, of Gainesville, spent Peaches, choice Maryland Halves
    Chicken feeds and
    i I the American Legion. This post is children spent the week-end with relatives town Friday afternoon. last week'' here. per can _.__.__..........__. .33 powders.We .
    working. for cheaper sugar: and will at Graham. Charlie Cone, of Pine Hill, was in Raisins, Fancy Muscatel] Seed, 2 carry a full line of

    ., i nee that the )propaganda/ is spread Rev and Mrs. T J. Barnes are town Tuesday. BAPTIST pkgs. for _______..___....... .42 Horse Medicines and Stock
    : within the Legion and from there to spending a few days with friends in I Mesdames L R. Gainey anti] A. J. Vinegar pure apple, qt. ......-- .10
    other organisations. and eventually this section PinhoUter spent Sunday with relatives There will be preaching at the Baptist Flour, Bent Sweet Clover, fresh powders.We .
    \ to every man and woman. The slogan/ Mrs. C. W. Edwards and little at New River church Sunday morning by Rev.
    24 lb. sack __.._____.._____. 2.15
    '
    Is to be, "Don't buy sugar: until the daughter Corrine, visited her parents I ter.Mrs. O. B. Huzen and little Boyer, and the night service will be Gold Medal 24 lb. 00________.. 2.25 carry a full line of
    price comes down to 15 cents." The Mr. and Mrs. T H Rimes of |I :, conducted by the B. Y. P. U. in a spe Vanity Brand, 24 lbs __________ 2.00
    Oats Corn
    American legion can wield an immense flukes, Monday. Sunday here. I cial program. The pastor is at Alachua With order for Sweet feed
    $5 we
    or more
    every
    . power for good: and if they Miss Minnie Lee Clemens, of Rai Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dukes of Dukes in revival meetings with Rev. will give FREE 1-2 Ib. Best Avondale and Hay.
    their influence : ford is visiting Miss Lucile llarrell]] attended church here
    t 1 use to stop profiteering Sunday. Moncrief per request of Dr. Rogers Butter.
    I no ono will begrudge/ the bonus this week. Clarence ScalT of Worthington/ was and under the state board of the Baptist Come to Silk Voile -I
    many of thorn are asking: for. Rev. and Mrs B. C. Scarborough jn town Sunday afternoon churches. A cordial invitation is Bee us. A 1 1 f\-1 1 7C/ O
    and son, Clayton of Jacksonville, are per yard Vr .
    B.
    Mrs. A.
    Surrency, of Pine Hill, extended to all who will to come to
    L , The state medical annotation of spending a few days with relativesand was in town Tuesday morning. worshiD with us. The enemy of souls The Peoples 'GroceryFRESH
    ii ;" Oregon/: lies decided that most operations friends here. Miss Lubedia Pinholster left Tuesday does not cease activities because of Plaid Silk 1 75
    i : for appendicitis of recent years It. A. Newgom, of Starke, was a for Galneville, where she will vis heat. GROCERIES per yard e>
    have been unnecessary a" the cases
    a ---- --- -
    t were only touch.mhe.! : and real vermiform . --- --- -- ---- - - -- Wool Serge t 1 25

    appendicitis la very rare Thee l per yard .
    { Oregon doctor seem to know their .
    business, but they should have some White Skirt goods

    ' feeling' / for their less skilled brothers VACATION TIMELet per yard SOC
    t If the theory of appendicitis is to be

    abandoned it will work a hardship on
    l unlearned medicos, who after vainly] per yard 85c to 1.25

    trying to lure "tummy" ache, dump

    '' their upecinlitits; patients plus, on a commission.city "appendicitis" .the EVINRUDE go with you to Kingsley Dress ya:dngham8 30 to 50c



    HAMPTON Lake this summer. It will add many a happy Apron Checks 25 to 35c

    Hampton., June 18.-W. E. linker, per yards

    ,, day.of Brooklyn, wall a visitor here Tues ..a'' so.. hour to your pleasures on the water. Pereals

    I D. W. Moore and family, of Theres.KB This p yard 25 tO 50cMen

    end, were Mrs.guests David of Jones her, parents Sunday and Mr "J s The Lire 'l We have one motor in stock and two more beingYou Pants and, Overalls

    I Monday.
    .
    ,i B. Haynes and wife, of Winter Haven too, can be one of the
    1 are guests of Mr. Iluynes parents many merry ones. Out- shipped.We 2.00 to 3.00Do

    Mr. and Mrs. O. )Iliynes, this ings, picnics, camping, fish- ,
    week Their many friends here are ing and hunting tripe are

    I pad] to nee them. all more fully enjoyed when trading at A. D. An-
    your
    I Miaa Myra Herlong, the county'scanning also I have
    you have an / :
    demonstration agent, has recently drews Company and Save
    been demonstrating the canning EVINRUOECITACrUBU .'
    Money. This looks like an-
    of vegetables: here. She met at

    the home of E. E. lIardin and under ROWBOAT*CANOk MOTOR 1 Round Bottom Boat 16 ft. I long at 65.00 other Bad Crop year and we
    her\ supervision\ cans of beans. were Portabl.-.a. to attach-.ay
    to .rat.. Speed about e mile have got to make every dollar
    A chicken dinner
    i put> up. good was
    I enjoyed by the party and many useful an Evinrude o !$i; 1 Flat Bottom L'C ft. long at 35.00 count.
    things/ were learned. Miss Meriting Magneto-Built In Ply.'

    and has promised organize to both return a girls/to Hampton club. v.rae wheel, Type D. ndabl.Automatic. Re- 1 Flat Bottom [Boat 12;,ii.;; I long '.at $18.00

    Special method of balancing
    and a woman's club in which many gives wonderfully eroooib vibr.tionleie .- A.D. ANDREWS
    useful things can be learned. She running.

    'will return when a date is selected. More '
    power mor..pe.d-mo. OARS PADDLES BOAT CUSHIONS
    Roy Roberts, of Graham, was a visitor sport. ,
    to Hampton Saturday.
    Lawrence King, of Therossa was Sold by COMPANY
    transacting business in Hampton Sat.

    .'tit-day. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY ,
    Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, has COMPANY
    been attending to professional business Over M.000! eoU-ueed by 16 Goe'U. Raiford, Fla.

    t in Hampton several days this
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    FRIDAY JUNE 18, 1S20. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. I PAGE FIVE 4


    SPECIAL SERVICE: SUNDAY

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    [Bits of LocalInformation I GAIETY THEATRE Introductory -music. The

    STARKE, FLORIDA Thomas.Leader and Introduction-Jctcie Right Bank.


    Tart 1-Doris Law,

    11UWIt ii TODAY (Friday) ) Pall 11-Jennie Hull.

    Pal III
    -Grady Cooper. I-

    e_.. Mi-m Oatr Tvo fflv :9"*'*'.* Mksf Lr I "There U bad in lie bed of ui Par IV' Bessie Dubose Every man should have a banking connectionno
    fVa_na.. *. .. <:.am" .-f T_ 9 Part V-Mrs. Audrey CooperSpiv .
    E And good in tie wont of UI" |
    : al music Calvary Jersey matter what his business, the amount of ,

    a .- ---- I Dots Opportunity/ Malft"SINNERS" Thonine.Leader and Introduction-Mrs. his income or the wealth he may possess. }: ,

    Sport Skirts at Sternberg's. Mrs. R. II. Barbour and little Cooper h

    daughters, Mary Angie and Loraine,, Or it it Man't Design? Scripture J''ading-Jc Powell. At the Bank of Starke you are always welcome .

    Mrs. Jay Alderman spent Saturdayin of Jacksonville spent the week-end Pan I-Mr. King. and will find the kind of bank tlervice.. ;
    t I Iit Part II Horace r
    Three Wa Wilson.
    Jacksonville. with Mrs. S. J. Sternburg Uyt in Atlantic City! '
    t worth the price? So. wanted Ito Part HI-Nettie Dubose. you need to conserve your cash capital to' Ii'
    Wash Waists reduced dance and wat willing to pay I Selected Reading Mildred Crosby x
    New -
    Work Shirts, $1.25 at Stump's ; handle income and in ; .It
    prices. Morgan's. 611tf. the piper. Put IV-Art-h Thomas. your outgo a satisfactory

    Misses Josephine and Hulda Brin- PartlirBctlell Crosby manner, to carry forward your business plans. t11'e
    Mrs. W. B. Harvard and childrenare son left Sunday for Tallahassee, ALICEBRADY Special music 'I'rted-Ruby Mae

    at Atlantic Beach. where they will attend the summer Poppell. . l
    school of the Woman's College. If you will study this institution---its policies, 1 f 1

    Every day is bargain day at CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING aims, assets and management-.you will know ,
    Stump's.Mr. Our store is full of bargains in
    everything for Men, Women and Potray the emotional role of the I FOR SALE-Good work buggy and why a constantly increasing number of Ito"i| i
    N. girl who left hercounty home and 1 riding horse. Ii. L. Stevenson: j
    and Mrs.
    Sternberg enjoyed Children. Stump's.Miss I Starkr. C-18-2t. Pie in all walks of life are recognizing tht.
    an outing at I'ablo Beach Sunday. mother to make her way in the
    city. Miss Brady cored her created strength and safety of this Bank by openingand
    Sara Davis of Madison, will the in FOR SALE-One light truck, almost
    IUCCCM: on stage
    Men's good Work Shoes only I arrive today and will be the guest of new, a bargain at 750.00 Quigley: maintaining their account here
    $2.50 at Sternberg's. Dr and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell for the "SINNERS"TOMORROWSATURDAY Overland Co. R-4-tf. If'
    J. E. Futch went to Jacksonville coming week.'Varner's. .
    '
    Thursday of last week adn returned j
    FOR SALE-One: 6-passenger car/ .;
    home Friday. Rust Proof Corsetsare runs like new price $57 .OO Quigley .

    guaranteed. Get; them at LINONEL BARRYMORE in Overland Co. CI-4-tf\

    Millinery at 1.3 off. Sternberg's. Sternberg's.B. __ ,
    "The Valley of the Night"olao a P
    Bank of Starke
    I LIGHTNING BRYCE FOR RENT-Two
    cottages, one on
    Mrs.-John Shriver and son, Lewis C. Kite, ex-service man, left Sunday r
    Walnut street and Madison.
    one on
    of> Brooker werejipre on business for Camp Jackson S. C., where TUESDAY,
    .. J. W. Morgan. 621tf. The Right Bank
    Monday lie will place himself under care of I

    army surgeons for an eye trouble. I "THE DEVIL'S RIDDLE" with ) FOR SALE-One pair good mules E. S. MATTHEWS. Pres. GEO. C. WHITE, Cashier
    J. W. Killian, of Williamsburg Va., GLADYS BROCKWELL .
    is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sealpax Union: Suits for Women and good heavy double wagon. Reasonable
    for cash. J. F. Bennett,
    J. M. Truby. at Stump's.The I
    Lake Butler, Fla. -18-tf y
    s E\\Eit; TKOUHLI; MENIIED .-
    -
    Classy styles in Bathing Suits "Ralston" is a high grade I CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for -

    $2.50 to $8. Morgan's. 611tf. Shoe. You can find them at The newer pipe in the middle of E. prices and ship your ties of all

    Slernberg's. Call street between G. ]M. SiBtrunk'i Trades to Cress Manufacturing Co..
    The Epworth league will meet at 8 and the power house has paused trouble .la-Iisonville.\ Florida. 3-5-29-lyr(
    o'clock instead of 7:15: during the absence Morris Thrower, of Jacksonville,
    for some time, but just how the '
    .
    of the pastor. Spent Saturday and Sunday here withl'elativ.s trouble was caused was not known before FOR SALE-Cheap for cash good:

    His parents Mr. and Mrs. Saturday. A few days before a loud surveying: outfit, everything 4i* dI
    W. L. Douglas' Shoes at Sternberg's. O. A. Thrower Jr., are now living at couple of square yards of pavejnent needed for the business. This office /, .auw
    1118 East 18th St.Men's .
    i settled, down, revealing a deep cavity, It.FOR*
    aeneath. Superintendent Will String-:
    Prof. S. S. Dowling left Thursday Suits going at special fellow had Mr. Mercer see about making SALE-New bungalow.; On account

    for Tallahassee, where he will spend prices at Stump s. ; an excavation down to the pipe, of poor health the Fling homeon There's a Special Ingersollfor .

    most of his vacation : and with Aaron Minton and a negroto Lafayette( street, Starkc, is for 1"
    Mrs. J. N. Anderson and daughter, help him they began work. nale. For terms Inquire' of A. C. Each of These Folks 'i;J.
    Overalls, $2.35 at Stump's.John Miss Anna Ball, of Jacksonville are Soon they struck wet quicksand anda Fling.! 0-11-21 .
    at the home of Mrs.
    occupying rooms
    caisson had to be built around the -
    Sapp, most prominent man' cf Elizabeth Johns. Miss Ball is em- excavation, the boards being driven FOR SALE-Registered pigs; four .1.'
    the Sapp section was in Starke Saturday : ployed in the telephone office. deeper as the work progressed. Mr. Poland China boars 4 mos. old; five DID YOU ever "jet fitted" to a watch We ''fit.

    on business.Mr. I Minton was the "down-stairs" man Duroc Jersey sows and five boars, did you ever' figure out exactly your ,

    lioy's Work Shirts, 75c, at and for every .shovelful of mud 4 to fi mos. old: prices reasonable; watch needs' and then see If you were properly 'it I

    and Mrs. S. A. Carter, of Ocoee Stump's. thrown out, two ran in. Early in the inspection invited. College of Agriculture equipped? r

    spent' the end of last week with relatives afternoon he got down tothe pipe. A. W. Leland, Farm Superintendent :
    in this section Wilbur Scott and sister, Miss Doris The nature of the trouble was then as. Gainesville, Fla. 2-6-tf There are a doen or more different Jng r8olll-! ..
    left yesterday for Tampa where theygo ;
    certained. At that point a pipe witha varying in price, varying in purpose-small watches,
    be house of Misses
    guests
    Boys' Palm BeachPants in all to and Lucile party Morrow who live in "Y" had been placed for the reception FOR SALE-fiO-acre farm on Starlte- jeweled watches radium dial watches for night use, 't
    Mary )
    colors at Sternberg's.Mrs. Seminole heights of the power house sewerage, Lake Hutler road and growing and so on. For instance, If you have an expensive
    the "Y" not lying flat but pointing crop; horse wagon buggy and Radlolite for
    J. C. Terrell, of Jasper is vis. watch you probably would choose' a
    upward, to meet the secondary pipe work harness; farming implement; '
    Sting at the home of her parents, Mr. Three alligators are kept at Smith'sGarage. which was on a'higher level-the main ID head of cattle; 12 head of hogs. $3.50. If you haven't a good serviceable watch,

    and Mrs. Henry Y. Brown. I near the depot.material As 'gatorsare sewer pipe being thirteen fret below Price J2HOO. Chas Niles, Route 2, you'd be likely to buy a 7-jewel Reliance. The .
    made of tough they are
    indestructible tires the pavement. The movement of the Box 23, Starke Fla. fi-4-4t. dealer will help you to select just the one for you.
    emblematic of the 1'
    Messrs. O. Haynes and A. A. Burden earth had crowded the "Y" until it .

    prominent men of Hampton, were used at that establishment. had broken oft, and the liquid in the FOR SALE-My 80-acrc farm 4 miles 'Jni r80ll"' has always meant the low .priced

    in Starke Wednesday. for pipe had escaped through thin break from Starke on Starke and Itaiford food timekeeper. Today with present day costs

    Shoes at special prices causing the dirt above it to nettle. public road; t IiO acres of open land; and the 1920 purchasing value of a dollar, $2.50 is ,;,

    Ladies Trimmed Hats, $1.98, Men, Women and Children atStump's. At this stage Mr. Stringfellow; took 1 horse 1 mule, farming implements the lowest price at which we can make a watch
    .
    at Stump's.Col. charge, and assisted by Capt. D. C. growing (crop one net of while keeping up the Ingersoll standard of quality."IngersolT .
    Jones reconnected the piping, surrounding buildings, including barn and other
    J. J. Branning, a hustling Hampton "money's worth" whether It's for
    A. Z. Adkins and family spent it with stout concrete work outbuildings All for $3,0(10: and means
    this week in Jackson farmer brought the first load of watermelons discount the $2.50 Yankee or one of the Kadiolites that tell "
    seven., days Starke sufficiently strong; to withstand earth if sold before July 1st a
    I ville and Atlantic Beach. Thursday. of It the season without to saying pressure. It is hoped there will haveto of 5 per cent will be given. J. E. time in the dark, or for one of the jeweled watches. 'I'

    goes be of this Starke Fla.
    had sale. no repetition disagreeable Norman Route I, ,
    that they a quick
    Georgette Crepes and Crepe de ,-- work. 6.11-tf.

    Chnes new stock only $2.25 yd. Mr.-and Mrs.- R. U. Bass left last I

    Popular colors. Morgan's 6-11-tf week for Fernanditia, Mr. Base_ having TO TilE OVERALL CLUBS OF FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
    FLORIDA FARM 1 house nnd lot -
    accepted employment on that division liKADWItD COUNTY I.
    Mr. and Mrs. Roy Emory and son of the Seaboard. During his in city of 30,000 population; houseis
    of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with two story frame building, three
    stay in Starke he was express messenger Gentlemen:
    Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder. t on the Wanne branch. We represent a Chicago/: Tailoring; rooms first floor, eighteen rooms FrJo. Include Government Tarp
    second floor; on Main street; water
    house, taking tailor made orders for
    Men's and Ladies :lose only connection, electric lights sewerage;
    Whv pay,more for cheap merchandise suits. We had samples from a good .
    four fire places on each floor, heaters
    20c at Sternberg's.Mrs.
    when you can get the many houses this spring and have
    desirable
    for balance of
    best for less at Slernberg's7Friends been able to pick out a good line of rooms;
    and little daughter location and the thing for a
    W. A. Colley : clothing with a good house whose just

    Lois are in Ft. Meade visitingher here have received the following prices range from 5 to 2(1) per cent boarding house; rents for good In-

    daughter, Mrs. Mabel Gillispic. announcement: Mr. and Mrs. lower than any othnrg. come. For particulars address, J.
    the JUST lVJ RECEIPT OF H. Williams Johnstown, Fla. It.
    Wukemnn O. Richardson announce WE ARE ,
    Harry Canova and Roderick Cronby marriage of their daughter( Antoinette A NEW PRICE SHEET FROM c

    are in Gainesville taking advantageof to Mr. Frank Ilrucc Lane, on THEM SHOWING: A REDUCTIONOF '. f
    I the summer school at the University. Thursday, June the tenth, nineteen FROM $::1.00 TO $12.00 PER OH, DEAR! MY BACK! ,

    hundred and twenty Gainesville Fla. SUIT ON OVER HALF OF THEIR Merciful Heavens, how my back $ ,. M'dMottI. i''
    J j
    LINE OF CLOTHING. .. ..
    I it 7 JS ILM
    It's all
    I I"
    pair at beautiful line of flow time for hurts in the morning ".dh., .
    Work Pants, $2.00 a The most We believe now la a good W..bu'r
    I Stump's.Col. ered Georgette; 'repe, only $3.75a you to supply yourself with a newsummer due anfr.overabundl to nn R.d'oll.' &S 75 ".d"II..

    yard at Stump's.Mihs suit. Come in and Itt us fit Ysn...'h. ..II.tlm.l. say:
    ! of that 'h.d.a
    has had the sidewalk ,,, .
    A. S. Crews you up. Ino.t "'0"
    in front of his cottages on Walnut Effie Sloan, who has been the Yours very truly, .1 poison call< IJJO e3.5IJ r toe'
    uric i
    I street leveled up, to the grout Telegraph's valued correspondent at A. I). ANDREWS CO., The kl od\\ \

    comfort of pedestrians. Sampson City, will leave tomorrowfor RAIFORD, FLA. are not \sill.'" t '
    Natal, Fla. We are sorry to forego +;
    rid of 'j
    to
    Mr. and Mrs. William J. Thomas Miss Sloan's interesting letters, PENSAC'OLA HAS SECOND!/ get ,\ I\ '
    it. Such \
    and little son have moved to Jacksonville but we thank her for faithful service CASE" or BUBONIC PLAGUE ditiona con-you gd i.r i. t.

    on account of'Mr. Thomas' business. and wish her joy in her future home. can readilyovercome. -

    New Cares Reported at Mexican Purls ) g ,
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    , Mrs. F. II. Long was hostess to the -Plan to Eradicate RainTYnitarola and prolong \ \ G / sr

    ! A. M. Pettit left Tuesday for Spar. Epworth League on Wednesday night; lifebytaking

    i tanhurg S. C., to attend a family reunion from 8 to 11 at her spacious Walnut I June. 1C.-A second. cane "Anuric" (anti-uric-acid). This r s i y
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    I in honor of his father's seventy- street home. The evening was preatI' nf bubonic plague; has developed hereit can be obtain at almost drugstore
    with music and old fanh- announced today and a conference lADY
    ; fourth birthday. ly enjoyed wax earWst.rbur
    in tablet form.
    anj a trip to "daiker.ed was called for this afternoon to ".II.n.. .,
    I't Toned games
    When WI..., 7j..I.
    for Men Delicious ice cream, and thoroughly Into the situation and your kidneys pet aluggish'and .... '
    I'I Sealpax Union Suits Africa. go Buffer from backache J. a.dlullteeSa "'...1.....8JOOOold
    I $%.00, at Stump's.Lee cakes were served at a late hour. make provision for an extensive rat clog, you ,- say ftll... 11.50
    eradication program sick-headache, dizzy spells" <,

    ! Hoffman and daughter Miss Come and see our new line of Oscar Green, a negro ice wagon or twinges and pains of lumbngo: HOST. H. INOERSOLL BRO.. New York. Chicago, San Fi.ncH.co

    Josie of Jacksonville came Sunday Striped and Figured Voiles, light driver, was reported by a negro physician rheumatism or gout; or sleep is

    I j for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. and dark colors 50c to $1 yard. to have bn ill about a week disturbed two or three times a -

    Davis. St sinp's.Members. with suspicious symptoms. The case night, get Dr. Tierce's Anuric It

    I was examined by Dr. R_ N. Greene, will put new lifo into your kidneys

    Orville Griffls, son of K. L. Griffl. of the military company state health officer, and others and the and your entire riystcm. Send Dr.Tierce's GENERAL INSURANCE

    left Monday for Gainesville, where lire at work on a rfle range, to be used diagnosis confirmed by Dr. C. L. William . Invalids' Hotel Buffalos

    I! he goes to attend the summer school by the company. This rang is located *, expert of the United States N.Y., ten cents for trial package. HAROLD C. WALL
    , of the of Florida. about 3 1-2 miles northeast of public health service whit reached
    University AunuRK OA. For many y are
    Starke in an unsettled neighborhood, Prnoarola this morning.
    l and the shooting will be towards abig Green delivered Ice in the lower part I have been doing much heavy work STARKE FLORIDA

    Catarrh Cannot He Cured they swamp, minimizing; danger; to out- of the city and in the same section and my suffering from kidney trouble ..

    t.nnot by LOCAL reach APPLICATIONS.th. neat of the as dim. siders. The work is voluntary. where fJardina, the other victim, died. seemed almost unbearable. at times. I FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
    Catarrh 1 la a local dt..eam-. lreallY InHu- --- had trim many kinds\ of mnditiiie for

    need by constitutional MICDICJNB condition will cure HALL'SCATARRH catarrh.It I'rof. S. A. Draper, formerly ci Annual field exercises of the Na it but In vain. Finally I sent for a fir'

    la taken Internally and act. through at the Lake Butler, now state educational tional Guard of Florida will be hM ,' bottle. of Ilr. Pierce's Anurie Tableta ,
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    thu l'Y..m.Blood. HALLS on tho Mucous CATARRH MEDICINE? manager for the Y. M."C. A., was in the first week In August at Camp and since I have taken them I halve "NOTICEHereby fl>.4 by the tow. tar Mmwor for the. ynrI 1'1'
    I. eompOMd ft aoitic of the bert tonic.known > Saturday to find such ex-ser- Johnston Jacksonville, according to aatatement I notlc I I. grlven that the Town Council r,2n I wmlMt tlM .;war. or mi.nu of ..uebprodrtr. ,
    Starke felt' like McUy reeummend
    with ome of the 'beetblood I a new woman. : nf MUrko, Urmrtford Count, Florida will . ..
    tmrliltre.cninlilnixl Th. pcl feet combination vice men as desired the association to issued from the office of i 'Anurlc to all sufferers from meet m the City 11.11 on T_".... July heWITT C. JONES
    Dt the lnirr. ,ell..nta In fIAI.L'8 CATARRH assist them in getting an education. the adjutant general. The same statement : IV2A n| 9 nrlock. p. m., M a board of All.... : llittirnmn: Town Council
    MEtilClNK! tm what iirurtut-a such won4 ehle. kidney trouble."-Mw A, IL. CI.ACK, IMF 1 for tb. purpose of .h.arlnir . this matter appears also says the annual state rifle C A, rUTCII. j'
    >rful. results In cauurlial condition More about and r** vlylnir tMttiniuny a* to th value
    grurg-lma 7Bc. T....tlmonlil. free.Toledo. 0.c where in the Telegraph.: competition will be held in July. R... ..1. '.. any Jor.."*..,. real, .personal, or m ...i. Mtr Town Cl.rk. *-/S-tt.
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    TORS I Ent-arribia, ((2))-"'. E. Rowland] -- -::
    I'ensacola; Frank X. Carroll Pensaco- y !
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    Frnaklin-John 11. Cook, Carabtlle.Gadvden
    I ThUvrr <2))-Hoy Hinson, Hinson;

    l'{(r I:'' )issue The presented Tampa Time-radically in it* a Saturday'with complete the E.Hamilton-P Flagler, Gregory-A.((2)P., fc.Quince Fowler. Dunnellon.J'nnirllI.J.nninjrl i II Goodyear Advantages in Tires I

    'I lint of the next legislature ,
    I m.mbErIt I in the ; W. J, tee. Jo pc-r.
    fcdtlrcFHes of the .
    p!\, I j first in Florida to present ouch lIcI'mmdo--Hugh Hale I'.rooksville.Hillnborough ] I 0 ;
    f: I a lift.paper One of the outstanding features : (2C.) II. Taylor, for the Smaller Cars
    ":-i I is the few old members in the Plant] City; A. T. Stuart Tampa.
    ." t but 18 -Hlme&--C. R. Mat his, Bonifay. I
    house an early count i-howing
    :' that body. Two orI Jackson (2)-
    old armbera) in
    Jefferson E. B. Bailey, Monti'cello
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    I I three more may be added but there W. 1'. Bishop CapplLafa.t'ttel' \. .
    i I 'will] certainly be a large: predominanceof ;
    ''. K. I. GotxJbread,
    new members in that end of the I II successful building
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    capitol when the legislature site next Just as Goodyear
    L, D. Edge Grovelund
    Lake ((2)- ;
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    April.In T. G. Futch, Leesburg.: ,z extreme value into the Goodyear Tires
    the senate the old timer will be -Lit Francis W. Perry, Ft. Myer.
    l' In the majority. Sixteen of the rena- Leon ((2J-'A. II. Williams, Tallahassee Q c go on the highest-priced motor cars, so is

    ton are holdovers, only half of the ; Fred H. Davis, Tallahassee. I 0 unusual
    1 successful in supplying
    enator running each year. Sens. IA-vy-S. J. Gunn. f o Goodyear
    Johnson, of Live Oak; Igou of Eus- Liberty for smaller cars.
    worth in Tires
    '' ,, till, and McWilliams St. Augustine: Madison ((2)-V.) E. Blanton. Lee; t. Goodyear
    I have been re-elected. J. I'. Taylor Greenville. ,
    r ; J. E. Calkins, of Fernandina, and! Mariatee-J. J. Stewart, Braden- 1 I Into the making of Goodyear Tires in the i '
    J Dr. Lincoln Hulley, of FleLand, whowl're .

    ) candidates for, attorney general. town.Marion (2)-Nathan) Mayo Sum \ I 30x3-, 30x3V2-, and 31x4-inch sizes have gone i ,,1
    and governor, were among the holdover rrx-rfuld; Charles W. Hunter, Ocala. \
    j f senators. In the 12th district, Monroe ((2)-F.) H. Ladd Key West; the full advantages of Goodyear experience, If
    '1 Ken. W T. Cash resigned: to run for oJ. F. Bust, Key West. t
    Il'' skill and modern facilities. I'ft '
    i county school superintendent and J. Nassau: Jlli, i1 a kk
    U. Scales, of Perry, widely known asa Okeechobee Scharfschwerdt. ; *>

    good roads booster, was' elected in Orange ((2)-S.) S. Griffin, Orlando; The results of this unusual endeavor are r- t
    his place. A. It. Newton, Winter Garden.
    ' In the house, f P .D. Harris of St. O..ceola-W.. R. Godwin, St. Cloud. easily available to every owner of a Ford,
    ' r Petersburg, and W. W. Phillips., of
    ( Okaloota-J. F. Rlchbourg, Laurel
    ' / ';, ; Lake City, both of whom will be candidates JIll!. f i } ;J i Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or any other car ; : f fI .
    ' i for speaker of the houae, were 1'8ICoW. J. Ellsworth] Blanton. Ilf4 r'
    1, dected. No information as to whether Polk ((2)-'John) M. Keen, Lake II Ili I requiring the sizes mentioned. !
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    Amos Lewis, of Marianna, who was land; A. J. Morgan, Lakeland. I *
    i I a candidate for speaker against: Geo. Putnam, ((2))-Charles P Phillips, Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station .1
    r I Wilder two years! ago, has been elected alatka; 'Henry McKenzie, Palatka.
    k could l bo secured today Mr. Lewis -1'lnell.-S. D. Harris, St. Peter I likk'' J J Dealer's place of business for these tires, and
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    ; had strong opposition because it i III burg> I
    .,.- said he wan active for Catts though: Palm IIE'ach-M. D. Carmichael, t Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes.. He carries.
    I that Pt-ms hardly likely to his friend West Palm Beach.
    in this section. The list: Santa Rosa ((2)-) them in stock. .

    f Slate Senate Seminole-F'; I'. Foster, Sanford.St. .
    iJ Dist Okaloosa, Santa Rona. W. Johns ((2))-'Frank M. Corbett,
    4 II. Mapoles, Crestview.I 11. J. Pi'ipt-T. !
    "I>iHt. 2- llC'ambia. John P. Stokes St. Lucie-A. W. Young, Vero. C.
    r f / IV'nnacola. Sumter-J. C. B. Koonce. Bushnell.
    I hint 3-Holmes, Walton, Pen H.f. Suwannee ((2)-W.) H. Mobley, W.
    LlrxlHry.Hint.. M. Cason, Welborn. .
    I '' 4-Jackson, W. J. Single Taylor-J. H. Scales, Perry '_ .
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    f. : tary, Grand Ridge Volusia (2))-Howard G. Putnam, -00- -- -
    t" hint 5-Liberty, Franklin, Wakulla Murray Sums, DeLand. ,
    I "Dist.) Cadsden 1 S. W. Ander-. Wakulla-

    f .. lIen, GrcenHborough.Hist. : Walton-J. A. Reborn! DeFuniuk'
    . II 1-Osrar M. Eaton, Lake Spring.
    I; land. 3O.3Vi Goodyear Double-(Xue Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube are trick, strong tube that
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    it Washington: Curtis Ci often, fabric All-Weather Tread __ $2350 reinforce casing properly. Why risk a good cuing with a :'
    1 I, : "Dint. H-L(>on, Dexter<< M. Lowry Chipley cheap tube Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube cost little more
    J : Tallahassee -Re-elected. 3C. 3Vi Goodyear Singk-Cure than tube of less merit. 30a3she in iMf'. $A 50
    ; DiHt. -Hernando, Patico, Citrus, Fabric.Axiti-fckid Tread $2150 D'..1 bag o.r-
    ,1., \ E. 1'. WuUon, Dado City. U L'ATIi-. JEFF PADGETT
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    Madison Ziff, June 18.-The death angel viv I,

    I. t hint Hlllkborough: Pinrllas, J,. ited the home of Mr. arid Mr*. Joe'
    (: I S. Taylor Largo Padgett early Sunday morning and r
    , ::1 ( Iist. 12-Taylor, Lafayette, W. L' took away their youngest/ son, Jeff. '
    Weaver Perry.Dint. The deceased has been suffering for )
    t' 13-I'nlm Iteach, Broward St the pant six months from a disease( OAI 1
    it Lucic. Pad, Hrevard and Okeeehobee, which no one of the physician attending -
    ,, Tom J. Campbell, West I'alm Iteach.r could diagnose, bl'inprnc/
    >ist. 14-Col"mbia. M. L. Plymp- tically unconscious for the entire per ;
    l' ton. Lake City, iud. The deceased was 17 years of !
    Pist. 15-Bradford, n. E. Knight: age und had lived in this county all I
    of his life He leave to mourn his
    : SUrke.Dist.. 10-Nassau, James E. Cal death, beside his parents, four sisters
    I kins, Fcrnundina. and one brother, Gracie, Ollie and
    j I *list. 17- Suwannee, J. B. Johnson, Beadle Piulgett, of this section, Mr.
    I Live Onk.DiHt. Stella Jordan Cuss i
    I arid Padgett, of
    dreu, Chester Andreu Eustis Kelly,
    I + 18-Duval, J. Turner But Plant? City, besides a host of rela ,
    Alvin CUmons, W. F. and f Charlie
    i ( ]Icr, Jurksonville. tives and friend. L : ,
    if Cone Mr. and Mr. C. W, Colson, Mrs.F. r
    1 Mist 11))-Orange: Seminole, Oscepla The body was laid to lest in Mt. :
    Colson RESOURCES
    L. and daughter, Virginia. | OVER HALF
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    Sinai MILLION
    M. O.. Overstreet, Oilando cemetery Monday morning and 1\lrs. Willie demons returned toh.r
    \ 'Pmt. 20-Marion, Sumter, W. J. a large crowd was there to pay their home in Jacksonville after sev- '

    ", I Crosby, Citra. last respects to the young man. The eral day visit with Mrs. J. E. Cle- j A condensed statement of condition of the Brad-
    I Dist. 21-Levy, W. J. Epperson, community extends their sympathy to mon. w

    ,.. ItroiiNon.IMt.'' .. 22, -Jefferson. T. J. Turn- the Dukc-s Lelaiul bereaved, Edna family and, R. N. Dukes, of Mm.Mr.Alice and Mr Surrency*. W. II were, Harrell guests and of ;I, ford County Bank at close of business, May 31 1920 I

    t bull Monticello. spent the week-end here with T. B. Edwards Sunday afternoon. i'
    4 f Dirt.. 23-Luke, W. M. Igou, EuiitisHiHt. their aunt, Mr. T I). Dyal. .. :I RESOURCES
    I '* 24-Monroe, Lee, W. II. Malone Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Lewis spent the (i
    Key West week-cnd at Starke with lelutives. MILLER I Notes and Bills Discounted $276,142.63

    I, Diht. Washington' Pay, Cal Mr. und !Mrs Frank Stoke, of I School .
    houn. II. II. Wells Chipley. Gainesville, spent the weekend herewith Miller, June 18.-Farm Demonstration warrants 59,008.14
    'J' "hiat.I 211-.I'utnllm. W A. Russell! their parents. Agent J. O. Traxler Home Demonstration t3ankingHouse Furniture and Fixtures
    ';> Palatka. Ellery Thoma ia on the sick. list Agent: Miss Myra Herlong, Other Real 19.000.00

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    M. Cooper, I'unta (lorda."Ui"t. Mesdames. Nfvvsom and Dyal were citizen of the district at the schoolhouse U. S. Bonds and Muncipal) Bonds
    2S-Volusia, Lincoln Hulley, shopping in Graham Friday Saturday afternoon for the purpose 16,400.00
    DeLand. Mr. arid Mrs. H.I JI. Howard and I of organizing a community fair War Savings Stamps 160.00

    q; Dint 2!>-T. J. Knabb, Mat't'lenny."DiMt. daughter, of Gainesville, were in our; association for commissioner district Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
    30-Hamilton, John Crnd- section Sunday afternoon. No. 2. After interesting talks by the 977.14
    shaw, Jennings '- ------.- three the organization proceeded. as Cash on hand and in Bank 122011.61

    Dist. 31-St. John. Flagler W. A. MM': HILL follows:
    McWillianm. St. Augustine.Dist. President and General Manager, J. $500,468.82 '
    C 32-Alachua. D. G. Roland, Pine Hill, June 18.-Miss Vera Sur. L, Brown LIABILITIES $
    Newberry.Reelected.. rency, who lies been attending the Vice President O. L. Mizell.Swretary.T..alurt'r :

    ' ) .- normal at Madison returned home on D. L. Clyatt. Capital Stock SurphiH & uiiilivided prof KM. !
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    "Hold-over districts; present incumbent Saturday.Mr. The appointment of the various com. ,
    do not have to run in even and Mr. J. E. demon and mittee will be completed within a few Cashiers Checks outstanding 1,744.84 :
    numbered districts.houae son, Alvin were in Brooker Saturday. days. Our next meeting will be on 1)eposit". .
    of IteprewntativrMAluchua Reddish Andreu, of New River, and the 26th of this month at which time .( : 12'
    ((2))-O. M. Till man, F. II Kay Andrew, of. Brooker. were guest we hope to have everyone who is interested I
    Ellis. of Charlie Cone during the in the upbuilding of our com- $500,468.82 h hE
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    Itakrr-W. 1). Mann, Sanderson. IJilllt'1Huby Crosby and Wtek-I'nd'i munity. Come, everyone, and help us We 4 cent j
    pay per interest
    ;' Bradford ((2))-Chailos II. Register/ ren, Mt'Bars.. Iewis Shriver and Fred' put this community fair over. I compounded quarterly, in savings account.
    Lake Butler\ ; Everett M. John. fiasco, of Krouker, were in our section II N. II. Stoke made a business tripto I We appreciate your account whether large or small. j
    E' Starke.Brevurd:. Sunday afternoon Starke Wedneiday. j
    -J. J. Parrish Titusville. Mrs. L. M. Gay wag the guest of Mrs. N. II. Stoke spent several BRADFORD
    -Hay-J. };cl. Stokes, Panama City. Mrs A. io;. Surrency Saturday. days in Jacksonville visiting friends COUNTY BANK i
    Broward-W. C. Kyle Ft. Laude Messrs. J. demons and son, Alvin and relative last week. ij
    dale and Mallie Surrency, L. L. Johns Miss Carrie Belle Brown entertained -4.T. RITCH Pres. W T. WEEKS V Pres. j
    Calhoun-\\'. P. Fit-Ids, Blounts- and I. W Piriholnter, Jr., were visitors a number of young people Friday ._ J. H. RITCH. Cashier i
    town. to Worthington Spring Sunday night at her home in honor of George:
    Citrus-Mannie C. Scofield. afternoon H, Miller, who has just returned from
    .Clay-L. E. Wade, Green Cove Miss Georgia: Edwards, of Bradford' Emory University, Atlanta Ga. --------
    Springs.: had a.. her guest Sunday, Mia Rosa Mr*. W. M. Douglas of Trenton, nes visitor to Green Cove Springs Starke Friday ., ,
    Columbia ((2))--W. *W. Phillips' Surrency. I fl visiting relative here this week. Wednesday I I Kyle Cannon was I Cold Cause IMp and Influenza ..
    Lake City; W. A. Bailey, Ft. White.! Misses Lucile Harrell. Blanche and Mr. and Mr. W. B. Feagle spent !Mrs Thomas Waters of Lawtey, in Starke Friday transacting business LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE T.bleU wmow thMUM. .
    Jade--lIt'n C. Willard, Miami. Louise Crews were visitor at home the week-end with the latter' parent* visited her sister, !Mrs. D. C. Moseley There I* only ono "Bromo QulWN 1 ,"
    IeSoto-hr. E. J. Ethreilge.Duval of Wm. Hartfll during the week-end Mr. and Mr. H. C. Peoples. several day last week.D. Miss Rosie Wilkinson ia spending E.W.GROVE'S umnrim..oa Iron sea

    ((2))-*F. O. Miller Frank F. A. E. Surrency and sister, Rosa' Denzil Thomas visited Mr. and Mrs C. Moseley was a visitor to Jack- li several tt'rIrll.:week. at Stuart, guest of her
    ]{noel Crews and W. John Savage.: I
    Ralph Hazen were M. Thomas, of Sycamore Farm sonville Saturday.
    Servant, Girl Wouldn't Go in Cellar, In Brooker Saturday afternoon. last week. Miss Ethel Griflis II. C. Wimberly, Jr., was a visitor How a Noted Vet. Gets Rid of Rats- '.
    Fearing Rat Mr. und Mrs W II. Harrell and Roland Thomas visited relatives in Jacksonville with spent Sunday in to Lawtey Thursday. Farmer Heed '
    relatives.
    Mrs. Teppor, Plainfleld, N. J., says: family and Rand Crews, attended services Jacksonville last week. ,I 1IisHI'IBl'th r>r. H. II. Butler ayg, "I use RAT 1
    "Rats were so bad in our cellar the: at Bradford Sunday. Isham Brown, of Bland spent the ', l\Ira. II. C. Wimberly and daughter Ricks Wimberly and Ethel' SNAP around my hospitals every 1
    servant /girl wouldn't/ there Bought: E. B. Andrew, Sr.. And Ix>nnie Mor week-end with relatives here. Winifred, were shopping in Jack. and Dr. W. H. Hudson motored months, whether I see rat or not. It
    some RAT SNAP and it cleaned! all gas of Hra ker, were business visitor --------- -+ j i[ sonville Saturday. to Maxvillo Sunday. 'I does the work-RAT SNAP gets them

    the rats out." RAT SNAP destroys in our section last week. HIGHLANDHighland. j I Dr. W. II. Hanson, ot Jacksonville, --. every time. I recommend it to every:
    rat and mice. Absolutely prevents A party was given at the home o f I spent. the week-end with hi* parents, I body having rats." Don't wait until 1 ,l I
    odor*. Cornea in cake form, no mix- Mrs. L. Cone! Wednesday night, and June 18.-Messrs. C. M. '' Mr. and Mr*. H. B. Hudson. Quite there I is a brood of rats act immediately
    Ing. Cat or dog won't touch it. 3 among those present were. Misses Click and James Taylor traveling'men Mrs. Bailey Lang and children of Probably the Likely. I!
    lIiz'lI. 25c GOc, $1. Sold and guaranteed Minnie and Pearl Greene! Havana : of Jacksonville, were, transactu.ineee Jacksonville arrived Friday for a visit (JOD't(0 back. to reason more city men you see the first one. Three 1
    by D. C. Jones and Mitchell y Cone, Ivn Colson! Oxena and Odessa: ing here Friday. with Mr. and Mrs. David Lang. they cnn't the form Is that I[ sizes, 25c, 60c, $1. Sold and guaranteed 1

    Drug Store.-Adv. Melvin Messrs. Dave Green, Ray An- II. C. Wimberly, Jr., was a bus-! : Richard Lang was a visitor to .nough.-.ciPvHun ncoumumie i
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    The largest hotel at Daytona |rI I I as a reward for the capture of the alleged - 1\\\
    {will be open .all summer and the win tappers who escaped from 1I '
    {greatest summer season in its I the county. jail May 15th while await I rr r 1.
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    tory is predicted. ing ial. The citizens charge that ..
    the county official have done little or
    Nine vessels carrying lumber I nothing apprehend! the fugitivesand :
    |ed from the Miami port during believe that. the reward may be of 1 ..r.
    (freighting to Cuban ports an I help in getting: the men back here. J
    gate of 444,000 feet of lumber. One was under conviction and had . '
    : been sentenced to prison for three i
    Paving of the streets of Quincy years. .
    now reaching the surfacing stage .
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    within a short time will be one of People of Destin on Choctuwhatch- : t.
    I industrious looking towns ie Sound continue to sing the praisesof l.l1 .
    f Pensacola and Jacksonville.. little Edna Marler, who when the -- I
    light house off there caught fire, made
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    S St. Petersburg's building such a heroic fight that the light station ,
    g I. kept busy handling permits for was saved from complete de
    >construction. The proponed struction. The station, an importantone I
    tion during the first week of to vessels in the inland passage, e;
    1, (Amounted to over $100,000.I caught fire in some manner and looked .
    } as if it would be consumed. The chi.
    l: Even Florida sand is valuable little assistant I
    light keeper fought
    ' . a great quantity is sold for the progress: of the flames heroically, What lot of argument there used l
    f purposes. The Lake Weir even standing in the midst of burning a
    If I Sand: Co., of Ocala has increased firebrands, but the fire was check.
    h
    \: apital from $'OOOO to $100,000 ed. The girl received honorable mention .
    , be about
    His doing a splendid business. 1 1J in the report sent to headquar to a woman driving an j jauto'mobile
    I ters of the district. .
    Annual field exercises of the
    .
    tional Guard of Florida will be First intimation front official sour }
    [the first week in August at ces of the truth of the newspaper story .
    |Johnston Jacksonville, accordingto to the effect that the Southern rail-
    'statement issued from the office way had acquired the Georgia Southern '
    (the adjutant general. The & Florida railway, is found in a
    same
    "make tire is tire
    she problem to
    can a get a
    circular issued the your
    ent also says the annual state by vice president TODAY I'
    competition will be held in July. of This the circular Southern road from Atlanta. ; fix a tire as well of known value and stick to it.
    announces the operationof

    I, I Because they bought sugar at 1 I through trains of the Southern as anybody.
    ffcnd 14 cents a pound and sold it at system over the Georgia\ Southern & /II .
    . $[fcents, one Tampa man and three. Florida railway to Valdosta and South
    '1jor: '' I Jando men are under arrest on | Georgia points and into Jacksonville. As soon as a luxury becomes We recommend and sell
    { charge of It is understood that the plan is to
    !; profiteering. Officials .
    ?I: ,' :the men admit that the charges operate the heavy western tourist 1 a necessity the point of view U. S. Tires because their value j
    .
    ||:correct-and they also say that trains to the East Coast through Val
    . f selling rates are the prime cause dosta to 1'alatka thereby saving< : a changes. is known
    Bl and 35-cent sugar throughout considerable mileage and the congestion II I
    '!i 1y late. of the Jacksonville yards The ...
    Florida East Coast draw bridge: at Two or three years ago you There's no guess about it
    : m Machinists, boiler makers and bla Pa la t lea is being strengthened to car
    f!" ? amiths at the Merrill-Stevens ry the heavy trains. would have listened to more It the U. S.
    was quailkvarying ,
    ': \, Monday went on strike to enforce 1 '
    "t p '..ands for a new wage scale of de-I HARDING NOMINATED: FUJI opinions about tires policy which led to the perfection -
    4, cents an hour and a closed shop PRESIDENT: ; COOLIIKiE TOR I
    9 tract. The strikers made V.PRESIDENT; ; Iml'J IILIC.\ S than you could shake a stick of the straightside
    r k (demands as those presented to
    1 Murphy' Iron Works by men who I Ohio !SenatoriiiH on Tenth Ballot at. Mileages construction automobile;: tire, the pneumatic '
    spy Getting Fraction Over 520 Votes
    $on strike Saturday.
    : treads and whatnot. .J
    f i truck tire-two of the greatest
    II,,' Chicago, June 12-Warren G. Hard ,
    f.r"f'; sealed With in 1,100 the cabin quarts and of elsewhere cognac log United States senator from Ohio, It's different now. Tire users additions to tire value that. I tare .1

    '';1 Cuban schooner Ysabel was day was by nominated the Republican for the presidency national to- towards unanihave been made. :
    , ; Friday off Sanibel island by % con- working a ever \
    ".,' vention after a deadlock which lasted .
    guard sub-chaser, towed into
    for nine ballots and which finally toned mous feeling.
    and turned over to the customs out of the- running all the original As representatives of the ,
    Two of the .
    cers. crew were
    I I'f" favorites.Afc J
    Ion the charge of smuggling, but You express it one wayoldest and largest rubber
    con-
    ?ap;lf){captain and the other four men of I his running mute, the convention I
    crew were ashore and escaped I named Gov. Calvin Coolidge, of Massachusetts the man down the street cern in the world, we are in a )
    upsetting a plan of a com. !II
    h4Hr{!' A deal has been closed binution of the Harding backers to another. But sifted down it position; to tell you something I 4
    H T1n!t./ tParadise Island near Kissimmee nominate for the place Senator IrvineL. ;
    N ' Jot the loveliest spots in Florida Lenroot, of Wisconsin.The i amounts to this : about tiv values. Come in II
    :, .[[bought by a company known as collapse of the forces of Gov. t
    V dise Island Company. The 't"I Frank O. Lowden and their transfer That the only way to settle some ,.1' / ;. ''lJ tall to us. ; :, ;
    ;)l I" $is composed principally of I in large part to Senator Harding put ,

    '!i capitalists who are perfecting Ohio candidate over. e/ecf your lifer aavoiding -1 orr ......y COuntry ,
    : y convert this gem of scenic I t General Wood lost heavily however , ,, t f l 'rr uaPdPer ai '
    i1f1to In the i nJtliey fpfi h l TOI, Tho U. Chary!
    ': a resort |, when the Harding drift began and haw to ttn.ui orS U L'U.I. 't ,
    'I1i':1nt.o Senator Johnson, the third of the trio
    1 i display of-articles- found in I of leaders on the early balloting yesterday .. sandy or hilly coin wj+ ..-'\J\ tysjfl)] lJ.For S. front! w.1.,1.' ,' Tl"fOriy
    try,wherever the gemsrr\ ]
    i eLand shell mound has been hun also went steadily down hill. l agt tb .vyw Yr tuPlarrr I
    I apt to I Joe heavy The a yrr .isr h I' .t .'. ,,.,,.,.,,.
    jln the window of the Gould real Entering the convention four days . t
    fr, U. S. Nobby. .. ar IT to! :?r 'I 't .
    ,i tate office. The display consists ago as a candidate distinctly of the .' r:" i I' t s
    ;lW krrow and spear heads, of various I "dark horse" class, Senator Harding ,
    \!, es' two pieces of skull! bone, and got only sixty-four votes on the first
    II ro4; Of a tomahawk. One strange thin ballot yesterday and on the second he
    1, bout this mound is that no pieces I dropped to fifty-six. United States: Tires Ii 1
    ottery were found in it. When the convention adjourned last 1f
    i night at the end of the fourth ballothe
    : {I had sixty-one. .
    George Iwelly, of Tangerine, :
    ,fiiittacked I by a range steer Monday In all night conferences among the
    i) arrowly escaped serious Injury party chiefs, however, he was men. FORD GARAGE, STARKER 'SERVICE GARAGE, WALDO
    . nimal was lying on the roadside tioned many times as the most likelyto
    "I ront of the gate and when he break the nomination deadlock :Macao Hicks, Proprietoring
    . )1..hfco: the road the steer knocked I should neither Wood Lowden nor
    '. rdown r. jumped on him and bruised Johnson take a commanding lead to-
    T rom the waist to the neck. His day. They all failed to do 110, Wood t
    f"With the aid of a dog, rescued her and l.owden running; a neck and neck
    frand.j ace for leadership on fo'J. iore ballots

    while the strength; of the California .. .
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    $ The famous suit of Miss! Helen delegate dwindled steadily. -- --
    1Dr. Lincoln Hulley president Meantime Harding; pushed his totalto a previous plan to go before the I with relatives near Worthington truth in the old belief. Opportunity tint of Hubert F. Rivers and. Tommy
    ,:lfitetson University, again has Hi.1):!:), individual delegates from ( convention itself, issued instructions I SpringH. conies u* often Into the lives of manus Hewitt, both of whom applied. for acourse
    unto\ the limelight: by the filing of many states swinging. to him from from behind the scene releasing his Mr. and. Mrs. M. II. Hurst visited I, she I la invited in automobile arid motor truck
    :' mended declaration by the the columns of the leaders and of various delegates. j| their sister Mrs Susan Shaw, Saturday ,II To the men of our lute army and operation by correnpondonco. Maurice
    awf. the plaintiff The suit is for $ ) favorite sons. The Johnson man ball as soon as the alphabetical afternoon. j navy, students of army training Labgrurd'applied I for $50/ to IHI
    /1 and is based on the claim of \ agers, fearing landslide was impend. of states began after"" the recess I I We are glad to know our little j camps and U. S. tiuvitl reserve opportunity I used In going to summer school at
    jfiHunt that she was expelled ing then made a lust play to have the I the ground swell for Harding demonstrated I friend little Mils Nina Howling is Improving -' I ia now 1'eRr'ntl"lCI"r/ "lf. I Gainesville. Fred Dowling applied
    Stetson. by 1>1'. Hull,')' for charges fortunes of their candidate. They I that it would not be fore- fast from a bad spell of eicknes. The young nit'n's Chrixtiuri AMHovia- 1 for a course in steam! turbine opora-
    which she was not guilty. The moved to recess for a couple of hours stalled. .. i! tion i ia spending: in the state of Florida I lion. There. Is still acme money left. ,
    !;;Jhas been in the courts since 1911.fjp in order to take an inventory and seek I As the tenth roll call began delegates Mrs. Judson Vining Iri. spending a' quite a number of thousand of Prof. Draper will Lv glad to call on ..
    1 a new combination The Wood and quit Lowden, Wood and John few days with her daughter Mm SuSan -] dollar for the benefit of ex-servii'ii any_ yuung man who U interested.
    Mrs. Wingatc, of Plant City Lowden forces, both virtually at the son right and left, and the big hallwas Shaw. | men of good character arid worthy 'a-
    , out picking huckleberries Tuesday peak of their strength, but both disheartened in utmost continuous applause as Fred Andrew visited the home of 1 habits. These scholarships tnay be NOVEL' C'OHIILEIt: .
    ."trrioon with neighbors\ and were I at the long string of bal. state after state announced accession S. M. Draggers Sunday morning. j granted in three way They/ may bo SHOPFormer
    'turning home when she was lot without material gains; fell in to the Harding standard, It was reserved Alton Draggers and Fred Andrews i granted for home work by the way of
    |:'%7 a rattlesnake She ::with the recess plan and the conven- for Pennsylvania to add the attended church at Olustee Sunday afternoon correspondence. to your'gIIt'l1 who service men in New' York
    And ran toward her home and tion adopted it. crowning touch of enthusiasm. When want, to hold their jobs and develop were exceptionally interested' in the s
    pie nearby realizing what had In the dramatic succession of conferences the keystone state was reached the Misses May and Agnes Johnsonwere themHclve at the same time, or to fully equipped mobile shoe repair
    fcfcenod phoned to Plant City for a that followed the fate of the Ohio Senator needed 32 votes to nominate the guests of Mils Lossie Hurst'' young men who are In college and find shop" that. passed through the city on
    A cian. All efforts to overcome candidates virtually was sealed. Some I him and Pennsylvania gave him Sunday afternoon progress difficult. for financial. ....811..nll. its trip from Beverly, Mas*., to Wash .
    bison of the reptile were futile of the Wood and Lowden managers fiO. Louis Dobnon was III this section )I or to young men who have the elements ington, where it was to be inspectedby
    file lady.passed away that evening tried ineffectually for an agreement I The plan to nominate Senator Len Sunday afternoon of leadership. the opportunity army oOlciuls with a view to ,pusible .
    t which would hold their delegates in root for the vice presidency had the Shep Mikel and wife visited the h in presented of taking an intensive adoption, by them for use in .shoe
    '&'ens of thousands of sea turtle eg line and kill off the Harding boom. ; barking of many of the man who had home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse fowlIng course in Christian citizenxhip, train- repairing, with Undo Sam' force
    .
    '.i.e now being harvested by Some tried to get a Wood- Lowden, helped put !larding over, but the name Sunday. ing/ at Illuu Ridge, N. C., for the summer The truck carried all the nnccssarymachinery
    '
    '.ng the seashore of Palm ) Johnson agreement to adjourn until of tov. Coolidge stirred the delegaU-s lUlford Browning\ was in this section i The time i is rapidly passing and to remake shoes at the rate
    _II i* the season of the year Monday without making a nomina and galleries to repeated cheering and Sunday afternoon. < this opportunity will noon be cloned of HOO pairs a day Goodyear stitcher
    'tto turtles crawl up from the sea tion. There also was a* conference he wan swept Into the second. place of --- to the young ex-service men. nailer, scouring and finishing
    tU;( they reach the high water I between Johnson and Harding supporters the ticket before the first roll call I FOre ;;X.SfI; -I IE: MEN: If the young me/i in Bradford county wheels were connected by a separate
    r 'Mfchore, dig a hole in the warm I in which the Ohioan's supporters had gone: two-thirds, of its length. _____ Presented'i'[ are Interested, in any way, rail on motor The quartermaster crew gavelerm.MHtrotlonM
    't*# their eggs, then cover them tried without success to have the I Again it was Pennsylvania which furnished Opportunity for Education or write the state iTotury of the Y. ( along the road, interesting -
    for the sun and the sand to hatch remaining: Johnson strength swung ) the winning vote Uy \'. :M. C, A. j M. C: A., Mr. O. E. Maple, Jacksonville hundreds. of men who had worn
    .dull time the turtles scampering i to Harding.It -! ----. | Flu. He will be glad to sand the army "i..uQ" shoe In thin country
    r tests the water after their laying wai> the parleys between the DOBSON There Is an old saying, much credited nut information by mull or may arrange and' abroad.
    4, 4is over.Citizens Harding and Lowden men however, among: men an being true that for an interview In person. --- --. ,
    which apparently bore the first fruit Dobnon. June 18.-Sherrod and Alton "opportunity knocks but once at every Prof. S. A. Draper, state educational (tew*** Tasteless chill Te ufcnMun !'
    of St. Petersburg, when the balloting began again, for Drigirer-i motored to Lake Butler man's door." Time has been when manager, wa In Starke Saturday '
    s Water and( Tarpon Springs have G.>v Lowder.. came to the convention Saturday this saying: seemed Indisputable, but personally interviewing the men here ifcfcliU*the vitality b M.J.anal You nuniitv':...by tarn portfytof feel fc*tvmf fad a>'

    r"cL? fund( of 1.000 which is during the ninth roll call and revers- I .T ,. 'p!'. Andrews spent the week-end. late day have shown that there i is no1$7YairI11Y At Lake Butler he took tho apptica- tin. .. IlIvw.tJutor... Price M*. :,. ,





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